Thursday, March 31, 2011


One of the most underrated guys I know.
My super talented friend, Sebastian Basler.

A genius.




death valley lover

Ash (behind the lens) and I cruising.


the sacrament of holy matromony

Shot with a Mini Diana +

I recently attended my lovely friends Katharina and Werner's Wedding.
It was a love filled day.


Wednesday, March 30, 2011

deer in the headlights

My flatmate Claire and I just chilling..

city of gold

I recently went to Johannesburg for the first time in the 23 years I've been living in this country.
I have never had any reason to go until now..
I mean there is no sea or mountains, why would i want to go?

But my expectations were completely exceeded.
I was quite overwhelmed by the massive place & its so green.
I found out that the city is the biggest man made forest in the world

air port

departing & arriving

tourist in my own country

Johannesburg through the lens of a plastic camera.

Shot with a Mini Diana+

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

crab claws

This weekend I was blessed with a change of scenery.
New surroundings, landscapes & experiences.
Ash, her family and I temporarily moved into a trailer park home for two days.

It was our 5 month anniversary.

We had long conversations as we strolled along the white beach on our doorstep, snuggled next to each other during the cold night, played cards, got high, watched the sunset, drank tea and wine and swam in ice cold water of the Atlantic ocean.


Desktop wallpaper no.7

photo's coming soon...

Friday, March 18, 2011


I have taken a break from shooting for a while..
I need a change of scenery, something fresh.
So until then, im not taking pictures.
But hopefully that change will come soon...

For now, take a look at this genius creativity:

robo-rainbow from mudlevel on Vimeo.

Beautiful hey?

sea legs n˚2

Here's another Sea Legs video my friend Kent edited.
A longer, quite different take on it all.


Sealegs from Kent Andreasen on Vimeo.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011


I need one of these bags.

see more here.

live the language

I found these engaging videos shot for education first.
I love the beautifully crafted type overlayed over the magical scenes.

If anyone is interested in collaborating on something like this, let me know! :)

EF - Live The Language - Beijing from Albin Holmqvist on Vimeo.

EF - Live The Language - Paris from Albin Holmqvist on Vimeo.

see the rest here

my love for cape town

Desktop wallpaper no.6

A tribute to the beautiful city.


JR is a genius.
He shoots the most amazingly simple black & white portraits of African faces that are full of emotion and character. And best of all is that he posts up massive prints of them on infrastructures around the towns and cities that these people live in.
The enormous images makes such a contrasted impact on the landscapes. It is beautiful.
He makes comments on people's lives in 3rd world situations and their human rights. He shot a project called "Woman", which underlines the dignity of women who are often the targets of conflicts.

I love his work.

Check his site out here