Sunday, 21 June 2015


I've started up a project that's based more on art than on anything else. And so far it's the best and worst I've ever done. Artisticly it's the best I've ever done - it shows my feelings, I've been a houndred percent honest and it reflecting on feelings I normally don't dare tap that much into. Technically it's the worst I've ever done, screwing up everything, using ISO a-million and such, having almost no information to work with whatsoever. But I don't care! Will work on it a lot more though, I just can't do anything at all with the pictures and there is so much more I want to try out, getting new ideas every day! 
And I love collaborating with Patrik, he's my number one model for all eternity!

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

I have so many projects on my computer, I want to show them all!

I'm dissolving into music I breathe the rythm of whatever comes on

Thursday, 28 May 2015





It just never will be sweet or cute even though my face says so

Wednesday, 13 May 2015


I did a mini-serie some days ago, just testing out stuff really, but it just hit my heart. Yes it is me, and yes, saying pictures of myself hits my own heart is kinda nasty, but it's not about the face you guys. It's about the stars hitting the face and counturing it so goddamn right. And the hand and oh everything! 
This thing will SO be tried out with a real model and with the big camera! Or maybe I'll do some selfportraits...





Friday, 1 May 2015

Tokyo pt. 2












The most beautiful wedding I've ever witnessed, so so magical!

<3 Mayu & Kohei <3

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

*Never stop trying
*Stop caring about looking like an idiot. You will and it doesn't matter cause you still will get the attention that's needed to get you where you want to be.
*Always contact people even though your idea isn't finished. Their input will drag you along to the finishline.







Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Tokyo pt.1

It's been a week since I got home from Tokyo and I miss it so much. This trip was amazing, even though we didn't really do that much japaneese-crazy-stuff. There was the wedding to get fixed and attend the first week and the second week was all about daily stuff which I enjoyed almost too much, making me want to stay there forever (I say it again, if it wasn't for the language!). 
I'll post pictures from the wedding later, I just have to edit them (they're on the big camera, so it takes a little better editing than with these small ones from the Fujifilm). But here are pictures from mostly week two, where we went a lot to karaoke and we ate a lot of great food and drank good drinks. I didn't have that much money for shopping, but that was okay anyway. 
The one badside was that we didn't manage to go to my favourite bar of all times, the New York Bar where lost in translation was filmed, which is on the 68th floor or something, with the craziest view. We got up and they told us it was a crazy-long queue (April is the big tourist-month because of the trees you know) so we just left. Fortunately I managed to get some photos of the view first! I love it so much, my number one tip if you ever are planning on going to Tokyo!

Oh, this trip was so good for me. I was so anxious before I left since all I felt I needed was a break and to relax. But this trip gave me so much energy without me having to lay down and surrender to recharge. The perfect get-away!