A couple of months ago a good friend of mine got married in Jordan, this is a collection of photos from our trip to Jerash. Jerash is a city in Jordan, north of the capital Amman. Inhabited since the Bronze Age, it’s known for the ruins of the walled Greco-Roman settlement of Gerasa just outside the modern city. These include the 2nd-century Hadrian’s Arch, the Corinthian columns of the Temple of Artemis and the huge Forum’s oval colonnade.
The plan on this day: stop by for a photoshoot in cocktail wear before heading to the cocktail party (day 3 of celebrations). Read More
Cyclone Sagar (May 16, 2018 – May 21, 2018) is the strongest ever recorded cyclone to hit Somalia. Last week I had a work trip to some of the worst hit villages and the families that it devastated. I was gonna write a blog post on the people I met and the conversations we had but I don’t think that I’ve actually processed it enough, so I decided to put together some photos to show you guys what’s going on through my eyes. Read More
My grandma was one of the closest friends I’ve ever had and I remember always wanting to be just like her. To be as open, as worldly, as loving, as wise. I remember tracing the scar on her ankle that she got from a bullet and seeing her as superwoman. I remember seeing her communicate with all our neighbours although she spoke no Danish and believing she was out of this world. I remember the veins on her hand and the smell of her perfume. Read More
I went through all the places where I keep my thoughts [journals], words [blogs] and photos [all over the place] to compile a visual diary of 2016 and what it was like for me. Read More
So I wander around a lot, I will get bored and just walk out of the door with my camera. There is something about London that makes me very comfortable…from how diverse it is, to how accessible it is to everything that interests me. I guess living somewhere by yourself and still trying to balance your life priorities and your social schedule (currently in revival…hello summer term 😝) leaves you with a lot of alone time, and as much of an introvert as I am, I still need to live in a city to contrast my hermit lifestyle. London is the extroverted introvert, it’s constant noise and bustle but then you venture into its parks and its silence, or its quiet chatter and laughter in the background (or at least it is when the sun is out, otherwise its drunk football fans singing on tubes or someone cursing mother nature).
I think shooting in film does justice to the feel in London so here are some shots that I have taken of this town!