I just found out that the German magazine “Orkus” (www.orkus.de) is featuring Mergel Kratzer with a several page interview as well as on the cover of the this months issue. I’m happy to see they choosed my pictures for that! More info about Mergel Kratzer on their website: www.mergelkratzer.de.
As I wrote before, I have been working on the layout and artwork of the new CD of my friend Calle. Now it’s done and I finally have the finished digipak in my hands! You can hear some of his songs on his myspace page and on youtube.
I had the pleasure lately shooting portraits and dance pictures of the choreographer Moa Sahlin. (www.dansbyran.se) Above a few of the pictures from that series.
My friend Calle is finishing his new album right now and I have been working on the CD cover and booklet the last days. I am still not done but looking forward to be able to show it soon! Above two portraits I took of him a long time ago- they are not really related to the cover but it is the closest I can show until now…
Here some pictures of “Mergel Kratzer“ from last week. Their new album “Isotop” is going to be released on the 6th of November at Absynth in Göteborg. Don’t miss it!
The last days have been stressful and chaotic but fun as well! Röyksopp asked me to shoot them at the Way Out West festival this Friday- both while the concert as well as backstage afterwards. With my nerves on the edge I was more than happy to discovered again what a nice friend I have in my photographer colleague Andreas Dagnell who helped me out the last days by not only providing equipment but also patience and an open ear for me. Pictures hopefully soon!
I spend the last Saturday in the studio shooting some portfolio pictures for models from ModelOne. The rest of the weekend went into editing pictures from the last sessions. It still feels like a mountain of work but slowly I am getting somewhere with them… Above Jonathan, a creative mind (writer, director musician) who was great fun to work with- have a look at the page of his band “The Foxy Moulder Project”. (I got so hooked on one of the songs from their page…)
…here something completly different: I was working again for Larissa Caryll/ValkyriaProductions and did a shooting with her which she wanted to have for a metal production. It was fun to do- although I didn’t work so far in that area. More to see on her myspace page.