The most fascinating aspect of being a photographer is that every assignment is a matter of interpreting key words and giving them visual form. A form that highlights the assignment's commercial, aesthetic or editorial character. A form that captures things, places or individuals in time.
Ever since 4th grade, I've wanted to be a chef. When we went to a restaurant, I always had to pop out into the kitchen to see how the food was prepared. Nevertheless, spending 9th grade in residential school became a 'point of no return', career-wise. Here I met a teacher who introduced me to the amazing world of photography and all its technical and visual aspects. From this point on, I began to think in images and realised that I had to abandon my passion for cooking.
I became an apprentice of one of Denmark's best food photographers: Lars Ranek. Here, I expanded my professional horizon with other areas: advertising, lifestyle, home design as well as travel and portraits. I feel privileged to be able to see the world through my lens. To interpret, relate and convey what I see. To see that the assignments are never the same.
As a person, I am patient without being slow. Efficient without being hyper. Creative without being God. All I want is to give the various expressions that I work with their proper form. To carry out the assignment to the client's full satisfaction, ensuring a successful experience for both the sender and the recipient.