Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival. Flash Bang Pow. Natten på Roskilde Festival.
The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day! The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 
Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day!

The infamous Color Run is really not that difficult to understand. It is said to be the the happiest 5km run in the world, and if you have ever been to one of these event you know why! It might have been the most happy, positive and crazy crowd I have ever seen on any given sunday. 

Today the Color Run was in Copenhagen, and here are my favorite shots from this awesome day!

Thomas Bergkrantz - Skraldemand og Livsnyder
Jeg afleverede disse 4 billeder til forprøven til Danmarks Medie- & Journalisthøjskole’s fotojournalistuddannelse.  Thomas Bergkrantz - Skraldemand og Livsnyder
Jeg afleverede disse 4 billeder til forprøven til Danmarks Medie- & Journalisthøjskole’s fotojournalistuddannelse.  Thomas Bergkrantz - Skraldemand og Livsnyder
Jeg afleverede disse 4 billeder til forprøven til Danmarks Medie- & Journalisthøjskole’s fotojournalistuddannelse.  Thomas Bergkrantz - Skraldemand og Livsnyder
Jeg afleverede disse 4 billeder til forprøven til Danmarks Medie- & Journalisthøjskole’s fotojournalistuddannelse. 

Thomas Bergkrantz - Skraldemand og Livsnyder

Jeg afleverede disse 4 billeder til forprøven til Danmarks Medie- & Journalisthøjskole’s fotojournalistuddannelse. 

Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik. Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik. Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik. Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik. Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik. Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik. Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik.

Öresundsfestival er en meget nydelig fletning lavet ud af dansk og svensk musik, der slet ikke lyder som hverken dansk eller svensk musik.

I have just got some really good news! I have been accepted to study photojournalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism!!
These photographs are from the last and final brief. 
Our main subject was “Generations”, from which we had to make a story of 4 photos in the city of Randers in Jutland, Denmark. My idea was to portray how the cinema attracts people of all ages and that people from every generation have memories from going the the cinema.
This is 6 year old Thor’s first time going to the cinema with his father Dan.  I have just got some really good news! I have been accepted to study photojournalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism!!
These photographs are from the last and final brief. 
Our main subject was “Generations”, from which we had to make a story of 4 photos in the city of Randers in Jutland, Denmark. My idea was to portray how the cinema attracts people of all ages and that people from every generation have memories from going the the cinema.
This is 6 year old Thor’s first time going to the cinema with his father Dan.  I have just got some really good news! I have been accepted to study photojournalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism!!
These photographs are from the last and final brief. 
Our main subject was “Generations”, from which we had to make a story of 4 photos in the city of Randers in Jutland, Denmark. My idea was to portray how the cinema attracts people of all ages and that people from every generation have memories from going the the cinema.
This is 6 year old Thor’s first time going to the cinema with his father Dan.  I have just got some really good news! I have been accepted to study photojournalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism!!
These photographs are from the last and final brief. 
Our main subject was “Generations”, from which we had to make a story of 4 photos in the city of Randers in Jutland, Denmark. My idea was to portray how the cinema attracts people of all ages and that people from every generation have memories from going the the cinema.
This is 6 year old Thor’s first time going to the cinema with his father Dan. 

I have just got some really good news! I have been accepted to study photojournalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism!!

These photographs are from the last and final brief. 

Our main subject was “Generations”, from which we had to make a story of 4 photos in the city of Randers in Jutland, Denmark. My idea was to portray how the cinema attracts people of all ages and that people from every generation have memories from going the the cinema.

This is 6 year old Thor’s first time going to the cinema with his father Dan. 

En Morten Messerschmidt og et Europa Parlamentsvalg. En Morten Messerschmidt og et Europa Parlamentsvalg. En Morten Messerschmidt og et Europa Parlamentsvalg.
Liv Lykke på Ideal Bar og Chorus Grant på Ideal Bar. Fantastisk musik! Liv Lykke på Ideal Bar og Chorus Grant på Ideal Bar. Fantastisk musik! Liv Lykke på Ideal Bar og Chorus Grant på Ideal Bar. Fantastisk musik!

Liv Lykke på Ideal Bar og Chorus Grant på Ideal Bar. Fantastisk musik!

When the Copenhagen football club F.C. København play against their rivals from Brøndby IF it is hard not to notice it in the streets.  When the Copenhagen football club F.C. København play against their rivals from Brøndby IF it is hard not to notice it in the streets.  When the Copenhagen football club F.C. København play against their rivals from Brøndby IF it is hard not to notice it in the streets.  When the Copenhagen football club F.C. København play against their rivals from Brøndby IF it is hard not to notice it in the streets. 

When the Copenhagen football club F.C. København play against their rivals from Brøndby IF it is hard not to notice it in the streets. 

Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane!  Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane! 

Most people have tried to get rid off the smell of cigarettes in their clothes. Try getting rid off the smell of thousands of joints going from side to side all around you for 6 hours.

I have covered the International Marijuana March here in Copenhagen today. The whole debate about legalization of marijuana is so intense and really interesting that this march couldn’t have suited this amazing day better.

Sunny weather, happy stoned people and lots and lots of mary jane! 

Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder. Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder.

Den sidste uges “hvad søren skal vi bruge de her billeder til”-billeder.

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