mandag den 27. marts 2017

New music video for Miners Outfit

At the end of 2016 I did a music video for Danish rock band Miners Outfit. Their single "I Dare You" focusses on how the populations of first world countires view refugees. We wanted people to remember that their safe little lives are a fragile thing, and we wanted to put those orange life-vests that have become synonymous with drowned refugees on regular people doing regular things, in order to emphasise that we're all in this refugee boat together.

It was difficult to realise with the time constraints and no budget, so we settled for 3 female leads of different ages. All in all I think it came out pretty well. I was on a steep learning curve using my GH4 for video, learning how to handle a glide-cam, and rediscovering Adobe Premiere and After Effects after not using them for 4 years. I came out much stronger at video and I hope to work on more music videos in the future. You can find the result at the bottom of the "Design for Music" page.

tirsdag den 18. oktober 2016

New photos added to all galleries + new Vieille Ville gallery

I just added new photos to most of my galleries. Some new live music shots (Contrition and Among Wolves), and a wedding photo in Portraits and People, some new Urban Copenhagen shots, new Urban Exploration shots from the Danish State Railway's abandoned train workshops, and and a new gallery of the old town "Vieille Ville" from my recent vacation to Nice, France.

mandag den 25. april 2016

Dansk El-Forbund and Statsministeriet

Added my designs for Dansk El-Forbund's 2016 redesign and Statsministeriet to Web Design gallery.

I redesigned the web site for Statsministeriet (The Danish Ministry of State) a couple of years ago under the previous administration (The Social Democrats). After they lost the last general election the chance of this happening is pretty much zero. I've had the design under wraps due to some level of secrecy, but I don't see any reason to wait any longer. See it here.

I also redesigned Dansk El-Forbund (the Danish Electricians Union) web site and it's currently being implemented with an expected launch date sometime mid-May or early June. Check it out here.

tirsdag den 18. august 2015

New Urban Exploration Gallery Added

I've decided to add a new gallery featuring photos I've taken at different locations in Denmark. The theme is Urban Exploration, with an emphasis on abandoned locations. As a photographer I find old architecture more aesthetically pleasing to shoot, and if it's in ruins or decaying it adds so much atmosphere. Getting in to some of these places is tricky, scary, sometimes requiring a lot of diplomacy, planning and permits, and when that fails, it's possibly illegal (that aspect also adds some excitement and fun to the process. ). So I'm not naming these locations as it's part of the unwritten UrbEx code, but I'll share with any fellow explorers. Check it out here.

mandag den 10. august 2015

New cover photos for my page

I added 2 new cover photos to my web site, featuring my "HexaBull" logo. One is a fish-eye photo taken in a dodgy parking garage, featuring grafitti by (among others) Dune310 and Kats, who I worked with while shooting a music video for Pat & Meller.

The other is a long-exposure image taken at an old dry-dock on Refshaleøen in Copenhagen harbor.

onsdag den 1. juli 2015

Cleaned up the Web Designs page

I've added quite a few new designs to my Web Design page, and I decided it might work better if I named my clients where relevant, so I've added cover-logos to most of the cases, while some designs are still listed under the company I was working at.

torsdag den 23. april 2015

Designs for Irma Supermarket's web magazine "Krydderiet"

It's been many months since we pitched these designs for a digital version of Irma Supermarket's customer magazine "Krydderiet" and since we've heard nothing, I'm releasing the conceptual designs on my own site. You can see them here.

The magazine itself has been redesigned since, it was actually going though a facelift at the time I designed the site, and we all knew my designs would need an adjustment to fit the new logo and typography, but it wasn't an issue.

I'm really proud of the design, and really dissapointed that the client has chosen to carry on their current implementation, which does little to occupy the reader and integrates badly as both a web site and a magazine, the 2 medias miles apart in both look and feel. Well you can't win them all :)