In this image I am looking at what inspired me and made me into what I am today. There are two things that made the foundation of my creativity: the book “the red couch” and the series “Twin Peaks”. They showed me how to think outside the box. Living in a small rural town during the 80s this was mind blowing stuff..
My uncle has been an important helping hand for many years so I want to make a visual “thank you” to him by making this image of him. He is been a mechanic for over 40 years. So this old gas station and work shop was the perfect location for a lonely mechanic and his car.
This image ”Slow night” is the first of a new series which will look at what inspired me and shaped me into who I am today. Its not just artists but family, films and books. Its a process that will help me understand why I take the images that I do..hopefully. Hope you will enjoy the results…
Finally on the road again to the icy mountains and to the fjords. Looking for forgotten places.
Which we did find.
I am so happy to be part of a great gallery with very talented artists. Lumina Gallery is located in the heart of Oslo.
They will be showing some old and some new images. Opening December 4.
Adr Røverstaden, Munkedamsveien 15.
In this image I am looking at my creative roots and it all starts with the horror movies..so the next step is to investigate this subject deeper or just let it be…