The past year held much turmoil, moving, traveling and rearrangements and I’ve neglected my blog and you guys who are so kind to check in with me. I’m truly sorry! The neglecting part is over. Small steps are being taken to get my blog back into shape with more features and possibilities. I met these 2 gorgeous, Danish girls who told me a thing or two about blogging. (My page is still work in progress, so please bare with me!) But these ladies are cool, fun, creative, down to Earth,
Cover story for Luxury Aficionados Magazine. This year is the first time in a while that I don’t go to Cannes during the Film Festival. I’m enjoying a family trip to New Mexico and Vermont. But my absence in Cannes doesn’t mean that you get out of me talking about it 😉 May is usually super busy because of the planning, events, work, meetings, jet lag, no sleep etc. I realize, I never had a moment to do a post about what happens in Cannes 2016. So, better late than
Tuesday June 16th. 2015. The first day in 7 months I’ve been checking in. Not because I didn’t want to. On the contrary, I thought about writing many times since a lot is going on and I wanted to share. But for some reason my experiences never made it onto the blog. Or at least not until now. Why? Well, I guess you could phrase it like this: For over a decade my goal has been to release fear and do everything and anything I liked in spite of
The American dream… Or is it…? Perhaps reality caught up with fantasy and left most of a population wondering what happened. Deserted, alienated and lost…. The images I’m posting tonight are mere a comment, not a conclusion nor a fact. We shot for Rock’n’Roll People. Photography: @ Nikolai Nalu / Landscape photography: @ Kristina Korsholm / Styling: @Lehang Pedersen / Love Me Twice
Rock’n’Roll People Sorry! It’s been far too long since I posted anything in here. I’ve been too busy on different accounts so when I finally arrived home all I wanted to do was crash with a movie or a book. Since I got back from Europe a little over a month ago I’ve mainly focused on finding the right post production house / scenario for our documentary about Artificial Life. We are almost done filming and it’s super exciting to see the little dots slowly come together one by one.
Photog: Anja Ekstrøm / Mua: Gabriella Tipsa Bruun / Hair: Bomholt Intercoiffure Just dropping in to say hello on this beautiful Saturday. Nothing special on my mind, so I’ll keep it open today and see what inspirations flow my way. Also, for the first time in a while I have a day devoted to hot yoga, hiking and just kicking it. I’m not very good at doing nothing. I suck at it. Literally. But it’s pretty awesome for once not to have a deadline or tons of text to memorize.
Photography: Anja Ekstroem / mua: Gabriela Tipsa Bruun / hair: Bomholt Intercoiffure Wow it’s Valentines Day and it’s like a pink flower bomb exploded in West Hollywood. Sounds tacky? Well, I kinda like it. Last night, exhausted, after a crazy week of meetings and getting back into the LA jive, I went to my local supermarket to pick up some food and a instead of food a botanical garden welcomed me. I couldn’t find the fresh sushi stand. It was gone. Or at least that’s what I thought until
Hey everybody, Just a quick note before I hit the gym. I’m in Copenhagen since a few days now where I have been rehearsing the TV Series I’m doing and I had time for an underwater modeling gig as well. I’m aware of the fact, that it is so lame to talk about the weather, but I have to squeeze in a comment, regardless; ”Who the ‘F’ turned off the lights and shut down the heat?” Daymn, it’s going to be freezing when I film in my skimpy outfits and
The Holidays around Christmas seem to have most people in a frenzy. Wrapping up work before traveling somewhere, going nuts over gifts, economy, break ups, disappointments. A commercial hurricane that leaves lots of broken hearts and empty bank accounts. But capitalistic nonsense aside, the season luckily also spreads a lot of joy and love. Families are together and everyone get a few days of peace and calm where they can rest before a new year emerges. This year I wasn’t really sure whether to stay in LA or go back
Last night I went to an event at The Duncan Miller Gallery in Santa Monica owned by friend Daniel Miller, who’s specialty is photography. Right now he is running an exhibit on the iconic American fashion photographer Fernand Fonssagrives from the 1940’s and 1950’s. Breathtaking images from before retouch and phrases like ‘let’s fix it in post’ existed. Quite inspiring how he plays with light and shadow. In the adjacent room more contemporary photographers show their work and amongst photographs of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe is a picture of