A dry cleaner in my neighborhood
Snaps from our office on 250 West Broadway in Tribeca
Pictures of Coldplay Live at All Points West Festival in New York.
A welcome back present from the Big Apple
This weekend I went to the Brooklyn Bike Jumble i quest of a cheep bike. While I didn’t find that, I found some very interesting people in love with biking and biking culture.
Images from Times Square.
A snapshot of my sister on Knippelsbro.
With only very few photoshop corrections, these photos are straight out of the camera from my iphone. It takes some tries to get the cameras light meter to behave decently, but it’s possible. The photos where shot on a cold but beautiful clear december morning at Vallekilde Højskole. We browed the great old folk school [...]
On a family vacation to the very northern part of Denmark Skagen, we went walking in the danish desert-like area Råbjerg Mile. The cloudy day and change of light gave these dramatic colours and cloudscapes.
My brother Raz fooling around with his pocket DV camera on the danish island Fanø. On a clear day you can see the silhouette of Ribe from this spot.
A single shot of my beloved sister and always faithful model Anne Sofie from a family trip to Kammerslusen by Vadehavet near Ribe, Denmarks oldest town. The picture was shot with her own Casio pocket camera and brushed up a bit in Photoshop.
Various pictures from our company trip to New York march 2007. The people you see at the pictures are my colleges: Frederik “Duffer”, Stinne “Stewens”, Marge “Market”, Jonas “Booze” and Jonas “Terkel”.
Various snaps of people in the streets of New York march 2007.
Just some different impressions from my recent and forth trip to New York. First a view from Empire State Building, then a 5. ave styleclash and last some escalated train rails from Queens.
Some winter snaps from my street. MT Højgaard are doing some work in a gigantic hole. I have no idea what they are doing, but the hole is pretty impressive.
Just a couple of press photos of my main man Mo’ Miggety Morten (all dressed up for the occasion).
From my living room window I caught a glimse of the Rosenborg castle reflected in the windows of a nearby building. Beautiful winter days have beautiful winter nights. Clear and colorful.
I recently went on a small winter holiday in Stockholm with my friends Lene and Mette . The city treated us really nicely and in broad terms the weather did too. Ever since I’ve gotten home, I’ve had a strange longing for “Korv med mos” (sausage with mashed potatoes).
Actually, I was just teasting my new camera, but the test pictures came out…well, some what interessting. My beautiful flatmate and dear friend Mette is posing as the burka-wearing-freckle-head.
Heres a couple of pictures from my trip to Tokyo. I’ve got more than 3000 pics to get through, so it might take a while before I get the rest up here.
Flying balloons just outsite our window. Caught with my cell phone camera (no need to leave the sofa, is there?).
On a trip to New York I went to the grafitti mecca 5 pointz in Queens with photographer Andreas Monies. Cool place if you’re into can art (and heights). There’s a pretty cool view of Manhatten from the roof of the old factory buildings.
Visiting the strange and very windy danish island Bornholm, we went to check out the old castle ruins Hammershus. The top picture is of my dear mother i front of the castle and the bottom picture is of the corner tower of one of the ruins.
Visited my younger brother Raz in the summer 2005 on the distant danish island Bornholm, where he lives. While fooling around with the camera, I snatched this happy pictures of him. Raz thinks he looks like a magazine cover person in this picture – I just think he’s looks, well… happy.
Kind of spooky scenario from the island Christiansø.
Shot some photos for a magazine spread at DGH, that ended up being my friend and saxplayer Niels Lyhne Løkkegaards official press photos. Niels loves brown so I tried to get a brown but still cool expression out of the photos.
As a part of a magazine project about music making I visited a violin maker just around the corner from my apartment. I’d often gone by wanting to go inside the shop and now I had an excuse. The process of making and repairing violins is incredibly complicated and I have loads of respect for [...]
Even very cool and talented Art Directors can have bad ideas. Decorating the printer room with pictures of various bodyparts from a photo copier however, is not a bad idea. It just takes a hell of a long time to finish. Thats way we decided just to do this post full. And yes, we had [...]
Theese pictures were taken on a beautiful but freezing cold february day 2005 in Central Park, New York. Central Park was filled with 7.503 orange metal gates as an art installation. The installation was called The Gates and was done by the artist couple Christo and jeanne-Claude, who has done lots of other crazy large-scale [...]
A chilling cold photosession with the ever so cool rockers from Madison Flynt at the Sydhavn district, Copenhagen.
Chillin’ with my friend the rock drummer Søren Pagh at a photo shoot.
My friend, the very talented alto saxplayer Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard, played and won the”Young danish jazz talent” competition in 2004 at Copenhagen Jazzhouse. Thats where I snatched this photo of him doing a solo or something.
Just some more or less random impressions from my first trip to New York in 2004. Wow what a city!
A dead serious photo session with the up comming superstar P-Luck aka Per Løkkegaard. The session took place at a field near the Nissap factory in Farup just outside Denmarks oldest town Ribe.
The old red ferry is quite a phenomenon on the small sunny island Tunø. The ferry main transport to the island and whenever the ferry arrives, people gather at the habour to sing, yell and wave the new commers welcome. The picture below is just a typical Tunø-moment. Kaddy and Lone relaxing with magazines, books [...]
Some pics from the habourfront and turisttrap Nyhavn durring the 2003 Copenhagen Jazzfestival.
Snapped these ones of my beautiful sister on a lovely summer afternoon on the danish island Tunø. Who longs for summer?
Old ladys have purple hair and pictures of jazzmusicians are black and white. These are from a Café in Nørrebro Copenhagen, where Lars Tormod Jenset and Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard played and I hung out.
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