After a bit more than a year at Campus i12, I have my first student showreel up on vimeo. These are projects I have been working on at school. Feel free to take a look!
The first semester at Campus i12 has already come to an end, and what a ride! It has been a great few months, learning lots of new skills. Yet, there is so much more to learn. The school has a yearly tradition of hosting a christmas card competition, so me and Jacob Moilanen got together and created this joyful scene of spaceships flying over Eksjö. Jacob did the 3D, I did the compositing. I had to learn a lot of new stuff in a very short amount of time, and I’m proud to say we pulled it off.
With this I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
So, after four years as a freelance photographer, I’ve given myself the treat of going back to school to study digital visualization at Campus i12 // Eksjö // Sweden. I love being a photographer, but working in the film-industry has always been a dream in the back of my mind. The first step has been made, and this is where I will be until graduation in 2017. I am very excited!
Feel free to follow my Instagram if you are interested in seeing glimps of my daily life here in Eksjö, which is probably the cutest town I have ever seen.
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Next stop Art Basel 2015.
A little while back I did some photos for the talented designer Sylvia Denais for her newest collection “Recyclage couture”.
In 2009 the church in Våler, Hedmark, Norway burnt down. But from the ashes rose a competition for architects to create the new church. It has been a bumpy road, but now it’s here. Hated by some, but loved by many.
Architect: Espen Surnevik
Photos: Tuva Kleven
Me and my friend Hanne met up one morning to do some portraits of her. The fact that she has a bird that wanted to join in and a dream-closet of retro dresses made this session a photographer’s dream. At least this photographer.
In 2012 I was very lucky to meet a funny girl named Tonje while traveling in Africa. The year after I got the honor of photographing Tonje and Frode’s wedding, and afterwards I made them this book. I am so happy to see that the book is still on the coffee-table, ready to be enjoyed by anyone popping by. I really believe having images on paper are the way to keep the memories for the future, and I already had to battle the smallest member of the family for the book. I am sure she will love it in the future too.