I am a Norwegian (nationality), but based in Switzerland photojournalist working with a number of organizations and publications including Aga Khan, Enfants du Monde, WTO, Nikon, Synthon, Nestlé, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Channel 4, Financial Times, Notimex, EPFL, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, foto.no, Foundation for International Education, Project Illusions, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Sandefjords Blad newspaper as well as private clients. I contribute to Keystone Photo agency in Zurich.
Photographs have appeared in papers such as International Herald Tribune, the Daily Telegraph, Le Temps, 24 Heures, Amateur Photographer, Banker Magazine, News-Medical, LinkedIn. Sandefjords Blad, Neue Zürcher Zeitung.
I am also a workshop instructor and organise workshops in different locations and on different topics with focus on documentary photography. In addition, I hold an adjunct position teaching photography at Webster University in Geneva.
My main work at the moment deals with the aftermath of war, specifically life today in Srebrenica (Bosnia) and Rwanda. There are many similarities as well as major differences between Bosnia and Rwanda, but the fact is, genocide took place in these two countries within one year of each other.