Together with journalist Mona Grivi Norman I have been portraying the descendants of the most infamous nazi leaders of the World War II; Bettina Göring, Niklas Frank and Rudolf Höss. We talked with them about inherited sin and their relationship to family and history, on assignment for VG Helg.
This year I was honored with two prizes in the Norwegian Picture of the Year award in Oslo. First prize in the Sports Feature category for a story about chess boxing and third prize in the same category for a reportage about Polo on Ice in St. Moritz. Both stories were made for VG Helg magazine. See all the images at the «Årets Bilde» website.
In fall 2014 I was assigned by the Norwegian publisher Kagge to photograph Berlin for their new travel guide about the German capital. The guide is written by journalist and author Erle Marie Sørheim and was launched in January. Here you can browse through the first pages of the book.
One Day in History was published in The Sunday Times Spectrum magazine, January 25th.
I am thrilled to announce that I have received a project grant from the German art foundation VG Bild-Kunst for my ongoing project on the Faroe Islands. Here you can view all awarded photographers.
For VG Helg magazine I did a story about the world’s largest art forgers, Wolfgang and Helene Beltracchi.
In collaboration with Canon and Interfoto, I will present my work during PhotoCamp in Oslo, November 13th at 7 pm. The lecture is open to the public. For more information please visit Heartbeat.
I just spent one week on the Faroe Islands to research and start a new project. The work is about the demographic changes and it’s challenges in the northern part of the world.
«Everybody Knows This is Nowhere» was featured in The Sunday Times Spectrum.
«One Day in History» and «Everybody Knows This is Nowhere» is exhibited at Gallery Vasli Souza in Malmö, Sweden. The solo show also includedes a sound work where visitors can sit down and listen to the stories of the young survivors. The exhibition lasts from 22.08. – 22.09.2014 and is supported by Fond for Lyd og Bilde and Norsk Fotografisk Fond.