Friday September 15th The Girls from Malawa opened at Nobel's Peace Center in Oslo as a part of the exhibition Shifting Boundaries.
The 3 scandinavian artists did an artist talk with NRK's Vegard Larsen and the offical opening was by Rania Mustafa Ali who did this amazing video:
Trying out new roads as member of the panel at News & Co, Danish news programme on national television.
Watch it here:
Shot portraits for Lone Schrøder, board president of Saxo Bank.
Playing around with bestie Maria. I met Maria at ICP (International Center of Photography) in New York in 2012. She is originally a radio journalist but wanted to go in a more visual direction and is now working with films and tv.
Spent a wonderful time in Sweden with my best friends from school.
I shot the new podcast photos for the very cool danish podcast 'Fries Before Guys' with Nanna Elizabeth Hovgaard and Josephine Frederikke Kirstein Kuhn. Take a listen to their podcast:
YES! I was selected as runner up for the 12 participants in the renowned and prestigious masterclass by World Press Photo. I have been involved in World Press Photo as I won an award in 2013 for her story about a mother of three working as a prostitute in Denmark.
New work shot in Pakistan coming up on my site soon. Here is a sneek peak:
Last week The Guardian Weekend (UK) did a section on being sixteen in 2016. I contributed with photos from danish Marie Louise with whom I celebrated a traditional danish 16th birthday.
November 15th I did a Photo Talk at the old and famous højskole 'Grundtvigs Højskole'
So many interesting questions from the exciting audience. Thank you Grundtvigs.