You don’t take a photograph, you make it.
— Ansel Adams

It all started when...

a lucky chain of coincidences pulled me towards Norway. A irresistible mental image of huge cliffs falling down into a dark blue sea.

With this opportunity, I needed to capture this mental image. Up to this day, the excitement makes my heart beat faster by the view of endless Norwegian fjords.

Like a very well respected photographer Ansle Adams once said, "You don't take a photograph, you make it."

He saw his art much like a painter. A painter with light. That's a way of thinking I can very well relate to.

Many of of images I am proud of, I imagined beforehand. This is a way of thinking that is difficult to realise, since you could instead easily take hundreds of pictures a minute and filter the "best" of them. But there is something about the process, creating a idea and working together to realise this one photo. The result and the way to get there is what keeps me having my camera ready for the right moment.


So if i can help you realise an idea, 

get in contact via call, mail or facebook.

Contacts are down below.