From 5th -7th I attended the Eddie Adams Workshop in Jeffersonville, New York. The workshop is held once a year for 100 selected young photojournalists from all over the world.During the workshop there are portfolio reviews, panel discussions, a given photo assignment and presentations. Besides myself there were six fellow students at the workshop from the Danish School of Journalism. Charlotte will be staying in New York until October 18th.
In June we at MINT Collective curated at screening for Lumix Festival in Hannover, Germany. The screening features projects by young photographers from around the world and have now been selected for screening at this year's Obscura Festival in Malaysia on August 26th. You can read about the screening here.
This month the project 'A Chinese Game of Luck' was published on 15 pages in the German Magazine Mare. The photographs are combined with an article by German journalist Jan Keith. Mare Magazine is a quarterly magazine and will be available for purchase in German speaking countries from June to August.
This month my short documentary ’Brotherboy’ was selected for a screening at the Australian film festival ’VMC Festival’. The film was screened during the festival in Melbourne which celebrates film on multiculturalism. ‘Brotherboy’ received an award for best film by director over 25. The film is about Kai, who is a transgender Aboriginal and focuses on Kai’s challenges to unite his aboriginal culture with his transition into becoming a man.
In November I did an assignment for Capital Magazine photographing European Commissioner of Competition Margrethe Vestager. The story was published in the December issue of Capital.
I have been the Photo Editor of the printed publication of Papercut Issues named ‘My Issues’ in collaboration with Fashion Photographer Louise Thornfeldt. Here are a few examples of pages from My Issues’.
This month I was featured as one of the highlighted photographers for a feature in The Guardian about Women photographers in the industry. The article was about the initiative Women Photograph founded by Daniella Zalcman which I am happy to be a member of along side a group of talented female photographers.
My picture on the bottom right at the second spread