I’m currently based in London
My work has a strong humanistic focus.
I’m interested in human society and the impact we have on our self and each other.
I work on curiosity.Mostly my subjects are areas unknown to me.By understanding, I try to disseminate information to a broader audience.
I come from a strong photojournalistic background.I work with documentary projects.My photography is observant.Instead of taking pictures in the situation, I take pictures of the situation.
I have a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from London College of Communication and a Bachelor in Photojournalism from the Danish School of Journalism.
- Featured at FOTO8 Magazine
- Photojournalist of the year Denmark, Honorable mention
- Prix de la Photographie, Paris PX3, Honorable mention
- Assistant photographer to Joachim Ladefoged (VII)
- Shortlisted for Artrebels Photo Prize
- Cover artwork for Brian Holm's recent autobiography
- Published in various newspapers and magazines including Amnesty International
Up to 6000 Syrian refugees live in a camp on the Azaz border to Turkey. They cannot enter Turkey as they don't have a passport but are under the protection of the Free Syrian Army.
Turkish NGO IHH (Insani Yardim Vakfi) distributes emergency relief to Syrian refugees in the Turkish border town of Kilis. About 30,000 Syrians are believed to have fled to Kilis in the last couple of months and lack basics such as clothing and food.
Danish protesters march in Copenhagen for the international day of a walk in support of the Syrian Children.