I grew up in Ål, a small mountain town in southern Norway, surrounded by a rugged landscape, unique characters, and magical light. My father was a photographer and I started experimenting with the camera at an early age. It didn’t take long before the passion took hold. My love for the outdoors and location photography has led to advertising and editorial assignments around the world, including The North Pole, Greenland and Antarctica. I documented the last dogsled expedition across Antarctica, the Trans-Antarctica Expedition; a 3741 mile long epic journey led by explorer Will Steger, for National Geographic. As an avid skier, mountaineer, and mountain biker, I bring an understanding of motion and realism to action shoots and a creative fine arts feel to the surrounding environment. I love the challenge of big productions as well as smaller shoots where a scaled down crew can move quickly from one location to another. I truly enjoy meeting new people and feel as much at home working with an elite athlete or celebrity as a local surfer on a remote beach in Hawaii. It's all about getting memorable shots and having a great time doing it! The camera has introduced me to great people around the world, I feel fortunate that I can journey through life doing what I love. Awards include Communications Arts Photography and Advertising Annuals, PDN Photo Annuals and Graphis. My client list includes National Geographic, Audubon, Outside, Men's Journal, The New York Times Magazine, Fortune, Random House, Arctic Cat, Gore-Tex, Salomon Skis, Mercury Marine, The French Bureau of Tourism, The North Face, Sony, Rolling Stone, Polaris Industries, SkiDoo, Men's Health, Asics, Patagonia and Disney. Lets create some amazing work together !