I have always had an interest in photography, but my interest really took off in 2001 when i brought my compact digital camera under water for the first time. In 2005 I got my first DSLR just before leaving for a trip to Truk Lagoon where I started focusing on wreck photography.
I also have a passion for history and Urbex, so i prefer to dive wrecks or in odd places with submerged buildings or structures and I rarely dive without a camera nowadays. Unlike many other wreck geeks i just love wooden wrecks that i find very photogenic, but diving the virgin wreck of a steamer with all the bells and whistles is of course something special that i have been lucky to experience a few times.
The majority of my photos are shot underwater, but on the top side I continuously work to develop my photo skills within different areas. Besides photography I write articles that have been published together with some of my photos in Scandinavian as well as in international magazines. I have also conducted UW-photo workshops. In February 2017, I was part of the launch of a new online scuba magazine DYK NetMag, based on the traditional Scandinavian dive magazine DYK. Today I work as an editor and photojournalist for DYK and DYK NetMag. Since 2017, I am also a Scuba Travel Ambassador, acting as an advisor within underwater photography on group trips.
Please contact me if you are interested in my photographs, want to know more about my photo workshops or discuss a photographic assignment.
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