EXHIBITION AT NORDIC LIGHT FESTIVAL
I was invited to Nordic Light International Festival of Photography in Kristiansund (NO) to exhibit «No Man is an Island» and present my work during a public lecture. The exhibition is open until May 6th.
Portrait of Norwegian author Åsne Seierstad for Der Spiegel. Read the interview by Xaver von Cranach here.
This week I am touring high schools in Norway with «The Cultural Schoolsack», a national programme for art and culture, presenting a series of projects about youth.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Assignment for The New York Times about the conflict regarding «A House to Die In» by artist Bjarne Melgaard on Edvard Munch’s former estate in Oslo. Read the full story here.
A MAGIC ARRIVAL ON THE FAROE ISLAND
And I hope it’s a good sign! I just arrived here to spend a week traveling around continuing my project. It grows slowly but surely. One of my goals, is to explore the more intimate family lives in some of the many homes where the father is at sea half of the time, and the mother takes care of family and household while he is gone.
NEW STORY IN PROGRESS
I am working on a new story about the wild reindeers in Norway and the local communities of hunters – who mourn as the severe disease Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been found among the endangered animals.
My ongoing project «No Man is an Island» on the Faroe Islands is being exhibited as part of the Flow Photofest, which is taking place across northern Scotland from 2 to 30 September 2017.
ASSIGNMENT FOR CNN
My work on the legalization of same sex marriage in Germany has been featured on the CNN.com website.
STORY ABOUT BEDOUIN SCAMMERS IN PETRA
Together with journalist Julia Ingebrigtsen I traveled to Petra in Jordan to do a story about Bedouin romance scammers for VG Helg magazine.