To Be a Kid Again

To Be a Kid Again. Cusco, Peru, a nice afternoon in December. I lean over the bridge. Observe life in this part of Cusco, outside of the touristy center, this … Read More

Tales of Twenty Twelve

Time Not normally one to keep track of time at all, time is not the boss of me. But some of the calendars some humans use shall soon reset themselves, … Read More

Bolivia Remembered

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Bolivia, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, December 2011. The camera stares at, grins at me lying on my hostel bed in tropical heat–I shoot angry glares back. The camera has … Read More

Santa Cruz de la Sierra: Markets

Crowded, chaotic, anarcy, action, trading, food, smells, clothes, spices, people, shouting, more people, people everywhere. And in Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Bolivia and in the biggest market I … Read More

DOKUMENTAR: Mini-portfolio book

DOKUMENTAR is Danish for documentary — the rest of the Danish language is not quite that easy. I recently created a small mini-portfolio book, 40 pages, 40 images of documentary … Read More

Memories of Salta

El Gringo. Gringo fotógrafo. I am the only gringo in my barrio. I carry a camera, wander the streets in some sort of half-crazy driven way and I am a … Read More

Futbol

Futbol. Football. Soccer. Fussball. Fodbold. The greatest game in the world has many names, but few places with such grand passion for the game as in South America. I made … Read More

Walk towards the Mountain

“As long as I keep walking towards the mountain I will be alright” — from Neil Gaiman’s incredibly inspirational keynote address. So write and draw and build and play and … Read More

Puedo tomar una foto?

It had proved to be surprisingly hard. Almost everyone said no. Some people even ducked and escaped the streets as soon as they spotted my camera. No amount of small … Read More

Street Photography in South America

Street photography. Look it up in the dictionary and it could say: ‘See Henri Cartier-Bresson and his decisive moment. Also see under very hard’. It can be really frustrating, and … Read More

Copenhagen Photo Festival meets Peru

Prints, prints, glorious prints. Presently fifteen 6×8 prints and 185 much smaller prints, all from my Peru work, grace the floor of the boat. Attempting to produce an edit that … Read More

Self portrait in Bolivia

Bolivia. Santa Cruz. Tropical heat and humidity. Wandering around possibly the largest and craziest market I have ever seen. Thousands of Bolivians, a few mennonites and 1 gringo. Woman selling mirrors wanders … Read More