Category Archive: Generelt

Art Lovers

I know Solveig through her work as the curator at Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, and so I was super happy to be asked to take photos at hers and Erik’s wedding this weekend. She is always extremely… Continue reading

Katrine and Roy – a family affair

My usual routine after photographing a wedding is to download all the photos, pick out my favourites and upload a blog with some of my favourites from the day. A little taster of… Continue reading

Bali blog #3 – offerings

We’ve never been ones for over-planning a holiday, and quite rightly too: try too hard to see everything and you will miss what is happening right beneath your nose. It’s a theory which… Continue reading

Bali – Nusa Lembongan

OK, so we decided to go travelling with a young kid (2 1/2) and a new born baby. People thought we were crazy. We thought we were crazy. We probably are, and there… Continue reading

Bali ahoy!

Hi! And welcome to my Bali blog. I have taken a sabbatical from work in Norway: two months off to spend time with new born baby and the rest of my family. We… Continue reading

100th blog – portraits in the picture

Usually I write about weddings the same day as I take the photos, or immediately after. This gives me a chance to reflect on the day and share some of my favourite captures… Continue reading

Livets Kjærlighet

You know you are in for a good day when the groom thrusts a glass of champagne into your hand upon arrival, welcomes you into their beautiful home and insists you ride with… Continue reading

Unity in Stark Contrast

Yesterday we basked in the seemingly never-ending sunshine of this summer in Trondheim, witnessing the marriage of Åsa and Ole Martin. The ceremony was at Kvilhaugen Gård, a location which I have worked at… Continue reading

Let them eat cake!

It was my great honour to take the photos at the wedding of Arild and Julie yesterday. I always write a little blog when I get back from a wedding, a few snaps… Continue reading


I have never taken photos at a wedding at Sverbergtunet before, but wow! what an amazing place. And congratulations Kirsti and Fiton, what a suitably great venue to celebrate your marriage. Just out… Continue reading

Snow business

Yesterday I got a last minute job to take photos of a ski race near Oppdal. Freezing, waist-deep in snow and pretty awful conditions for photography. But I packed a thermos of coffee… Continue reading

What a difference a day makes

With Magnus and Camilla everyday begins with a smile. And if you are lucky enough to be counted among their many fiends, then yours surely will too. Especially today, as we wake up… Continue reading

Linn and Tor Ivar – share the date

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: I do love taking photos of weddings! It is one of the few times when everyone is happy to have the camera pointed at them,… Continue reading

Leah and Peder – on top of the world

Another late wedding, this time up in the beautiful area of Bymarka, towering above Trondheim. It was a fitting setting… for many reasons: not only was this couple on top of the world… Continue reading

Line and Thomas’ wedding

When I woke up this moring the sky was heavy with ominous, dark grey clouds. I’d been to Kolvereid to meet the wedding couple two days previous and explored “Norway’s smallest town” with… Continue reading

Time for a Refresh-ment!

Beautiful weather yesterday laid the foundations for a great afternoon with friends, colleagues and family. Funnily enough these are the factors which usually prevent me from blogging as regularly as I would like!… Continue reading

DIGIT 2015

Tonight I had the great pleasure of taking photos of DigIT, hosted by Marianne Meløy (pictured above). DigIT – a party evening to share perspectives on technology – falls on international women’s day. All… Continue reading

Department of Trade and Industry visits DIGS

Dilek Ayhen the Department of Trade and industry visited our co-working space DIGS. Food, biscuits, coffee, presentations and debate. Nice.  

His Holiness visits Trondheim

Yesterday I had the great pleasure to take photos of his holiness the Dalai Lama in Trondheim. He was speaking in the city for the first time since 1994, as part of the… Continue reading

Arven Exhibition through English eyes

Nidaros is the world’s northernmost medieval castle and is the only building to be mentioned in the (1814) Norwegian Constitution. The cathedral, parts of which date back to the 12th century, was inspired… Continue reading