Category: Documentary photography

It is not my responsibility to make moments happen, it’s simply my interest to photograph them and preserve them. I enjoy documentary photography: It’s all about people….being people. I believe passionately that it is about the story I convey. It’s about the people, it’s about the love and interaction, but most of all, documentary photography is about the moment. The decisive moment, as the famous photographer Cartier Bresson explained it.

My portfolio

Through all the years I have collected my best work in a portfolio.

As a part time photographer, I am always excited about photography opportunities. If you are interested in working together, please feel free to use this contact form to reach out. I would love to hear from you.

You can see more of my work on my portfolio page, and I’d love to read your comments in the comments section below.

Sunday concerts at El Gato

Sunday evening concerts at El Gato, Cabo Roig, Spain

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Olea | Stavanger, Norway 2017

New world citizen

Olea | Stavanger, Norway 2017
Olea, 5 days old, sleeping.


Olea | Stavanger, Norway 2017
Olea only 5 days old – looking for food 🙂


Olea | Stavanger, Norway 2017
This is newborn Olea – just 5 days old. Already a strong neck 🙂


Olea | Stavanger, Norway 2017
This is newborn Olea – just 5 days old. Already a strong neck 🙂

Documenting Amy’s 50th anniversary

A friend of my daughter-in-law asked if I would document a party celebrating her 50th anniversary. I’m still growing as a photographer and slowly developing my own style. In stead of traditional shots, I’m adopting some of my street photography experiences when documenting events like a party or anniversary.

I find great inspiration in Kevin Mullins. He’s a documentary photographer mostly working with weddings. Inspiration from street photography and photojournalism has obviously a great impact on his style too.

Amy just turned 50 and invited her friends and family to celebrate. A party in the local sports club. Quite informal. She wanted a posed shot of all guests. Not exactly my thing, but of course… When everyone started mingling with a glass of bubbles in their hand, I had a great time. I want my “clients” to remember the actual moments instead of what the photographer wanted them to do. This was the perfect moment.

What do you think? Feel free to share your comment below 🙂

Birthday girl


Arriving on bike


What’s going on here?!



Bubbles is always welcome


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