So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government. So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 
Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 
And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 
This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!
This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government.

So the main reason I went Tel Aviv last weekend was to visit two friends who have an internship there. They are working at the Aid Organization for Refugees - Assaf - and are staying there for 6 months. 

Assaf helps refugees mainly from African countries such as Eritrea and Sudan getting accepted into the community. This is easier said than done. Because the Israeli government won’t recognize them as “real” refugees but rather as infiltrators, who are not supported nor protected by the Rights of Refugees. This means these people are not able to find work or get treatment at the hospital if needed. 

And if this was not enough a lot of the refugees, escaping from pour and evil environments in their home countries, get kidnapped for ransom in the Sinai desert. Here they are tortured and their relatives have no other choice than paying between $30.000-40.000 if they ever wanted to see their loved ones again. How about that? 

This is surely an issue I would love to work on and photographing in the near future!

This group of photographs are from a demonstration organized to highlight the problem to the Israeli government.

70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star. 70 hours of shakshuka and Gold Star.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo!  Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 
Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo! 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 

Hope you all have had a great green weekend and been drunk before dinner like the guy in the last photo! 

Today people across the globe hit the streets to show their dissatisfaction with police brutality. This is from Copenhagen. 

More (color) photos here: http://bit.ly/1o8kwcQ 

Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet.  Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet. 

Igår blev, 7 års dagen for aktionen mod Ungdomshuset på Jagtvej 69, markeret med en lille demonstration. Dog ikke uden lidt den sædvanlige tumult og råben ad politiet. 

I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job! I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 
And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 
As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!
I really love my job!

I had the honor of covering the Connan Mockasin concert at this year’s Frost Festival. Connan released one of the best (according to me) albums last year, Caramel, and I had been looking forward to experiencing him live ever since I heard “I’m the Man That Will Find You”. 

And here he was at Bremen Theater in the heart of Copenhagen putting on one of the greatest shows I had been to (and especially worked at) in years! 

As support FROST Festival had booked the danish act Chorus Grant, who definitely is one of my favorite bands this year!

I really love my job!

Recently I have joined a creative group of people called Retardedly Bop. And I contribute to the madness by shooting video and some stills too.

Today we shot an acoustic performance by the Australian/Swedish/Danish alt-country/rock group called Sink Ships. And it turned out great.

Hope to show some of it sooner than later. 

Shot some video of the talented singer and songwriter Penny Police today. Luckily I only had to shoot the stills out in snow.

The final video is hopefully coming out soon!

Idag har jeg fotograferet lange blikke til No Pants Subway Ride i Købehavn. Idag har jeg fotograferet lange blikke til No Pants Subway Ride i Købehavn. Idag har jeg fotograferet lange blikke til No Pants Subway Ride i Købehavn. Idag har jeg fotograferet lange blikke til No Pants Subway Ride i Købehavn. Idag har jeg fotograferet lange blikke til No Pants Subway Ride i Købehavn.

Idag har jeg fotograferet lange blikke til No Pants Subway Ride i Købehavn.

People occupying stages for the sake of dancing are nice and naughty.

Mindehøjtidlighed for Nelson Mandela i Christians Kirken i København. Mindehøjtidlighed for Nelson Mandela i Christians Kirken i København. Mindehøjtidlighed for Nelson Mandela i Christians Kirken i København. Mindehøjtidlighed for Nelson Mandela i Christians Kirken i København. Mindehøjtidlighed for Nelson Mandela i Christians Kirken i København.

Mindehøjtidlighed for Nelson Mandela i Christians Kirken i København.

I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police.  I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police.  I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police.  I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police.  I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police.  I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police.  I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police. 

I was out photographing a leftwing/anti-capitalistic demonstration last Saturday. It turned out to be a less peaceful affair with multiple arrests and fighting with the police. 

Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her. Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 
Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 
Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 
Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her.

Da jeg tilbage i april skulle aflevere forprøve til optagelsen på Journalisthøjskolens Fotojournalistlinje, lavede jeg to serier i stedet én. Dette var den serie jeg valgte ikke at vedlægge. 

Anette er 41 år gammel og kræftramt. Hun fik i 2009 konstateret brystkræft, som hun blev blev kureret for i december 2011. Kræften havde bare andre planer, og havde spredt sig til hendes lever, lunger, knogler og hjerne. 

Opgaven var til fri fortolkning under emnet; Så kys det nu, det satans liv.” Og det er Anette et smukt eksempel på. 

Hun er nemlig helt afklaret med den anden side. Og ved at den tid kommer, når den kommer. Hun bliver ved med at kæmpe for sine nærmestes skyld, og så længe sygdommen ikke tager styringen. 

Den serie,  jeg vedlagde i sin tid, kan ses her.