July 13, 2019

Morocco was an interesting photography experiment for me to work more with colour and a different type of environment than I’m used to. I love a good challenge and very much dislike the idea that we should confine our creative work to what is expected of us. Every place I’ve traveled to has its own mood, its own personality and that’s what I always want and try to capture. The ne...

January 13, 2019

I still remember the silence up there, the sight of an eagle soaring above its kingdom, how the white horse I met and I stood in front of each other on the mountainside, holding close eye contact for god knows how long. I remember the sweet mangoes, the smell of pine, the lovely people with softness in their eyes and the conversations we had using solely body language and face ex...

January 8, 2019

Started off this year so well with a trip to Denmark. One of my favourite places, with a countryside and coastline that holds so much more beauty than one would expect. 

As the morning sun rose over these windswept sand dunes, I swear I was teleported to an Arabian desert for a second. 

November 11, 2018

 Still feels like summer ended yesterday. This one was such a beautiful whirlwind of adventures, big as well as small. So full of the unexpected and spontaneous. Just how I love it. 


October 8, 2018

Iceland, what now seems like forever ago. But yes, better late than never as they say. This road trip included so many of the things I love. Nature it all its extremes, good people, wild animals, wide open landscapes. Even though it might be a bit predictable, I just can't help feeling that this is my favourite collection of images. 


January 3, 2018

Last week me and my friend Calle took his car and did a little day-trip to the Nordic Akvarell (water colour) museum, about an hour outside of Gothenburg. I've been wanting to visit this place for so long so I was pretty excited, even though the forecast wasn't looking too promising (as pretty much every day here in the north). 

After we'd been to the museum we drove a l...

December 23, 2017

I was lucky enough to find a French course that was quite focused on us not just learning the language but also experiencing the culture of France. So during our four months we did a few excursions with the class, and one of them was that we got to spend a week in Nice.

One of the first things I noticed when we arrived, was how much I had missed the ocean. The fact that I grew up...

December 4, 2017

Many of you have been asking about my time spent as a volunteer at the farm in Denmark, so I thought I'd do a little guide!

There are a few things that you need to think about when you go volunteering.

Firstly, it's important to:

- Figure out where in the world you would like to go to.

- Think about where what kind of place you want to volunteer at. Do you just want to work with farm...

November 3, 2017

What have I been up to since I finished highschool? I would just like to make it clear to you all, that I don't have a money-growing tree in my backyard that pays for the things I 'own' and the trips I do. I definitely don't have parents who finance my travels, like some of you might assume. I've worked hard for every penny myself, I've saved them and spent them carefully....

October 17, 2017

Fun fact: My French ancestors used to be pirates. Way back. This way they got pretty wealthy and at some point they had a cherry farm where they created Kirsh de Fougerolles, a type of strong liquor which ended up getting quite famous. Then they lent all their money to Napoleon and didn't get a single penny back. Quel connard.

Not sure how accurate this is exac...

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