Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Thursday, 9 September 2010
Monday, 6 September 2010
Saturday, 13 February 2010
Woke up, though that I'd try not to turn on my pretty lovable MacBook Pro before uni (as I usually always do), cause it would probably save me some time. I decided to try not to use any mac or pc that day. So when I came back home, I put my MacBook in my book-shelf, where i though it belonged that day.
Since I don't have a radio or cd player or anything, I didn't listen to music that day either. Instead I hung out with my friends and flatmates, and cleaned my room! (Cleaned it PROPERLY, damn my radiator was gross! And even washed my curtains and shower-curtains and all the things you can imagine)
It was a really good and relaxing but challenging day. I highly recommend you try to do the same one day you're up for it. Its refreshing! (If you think of reasons why you need to use your laptop or whatever, - wright it down, and do it more effectively the next day).
I'll try to do it once a month.
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
Steffen and my Father in the 1980's
Steffen and my Father in 2010
This is a project I've been working with during the last two to three months. It was called Tracing Memory, and I chose to re-photograph a selection of photos from our family albums. What triggered my idea was the work of the Norwegian photographer Dag Nordbrenden, and his series "Be Yourself Tonight".
My project focuses more on the relationship in my family, and how some things never seem to change, whilst other does. I'm playing with the though about clinging on to the past, but at the same time realizing that something has to change, and you cannot get them back.
I really want to continue this project. Because this was a project we were given over the christmas holiday, I had to limit myself to photos taken in our house, and if they were outside the house, I would have to be from the same time of the year. So, therefore I want to continue this project throughout the year, and also travel around in Norway to get photos from the different locations, like my Grandmothers house etc.
See my full series on my flickr profile. Hope you like it.
"She hit pause. Studios" .Inc was created by Matt Schwartz, photographer, in Spring of 2002.
Matt has been photographing his version of the pin-up girl for the past 10 years. His work has been described as "walking into a memory". All of his models are friends or people who have purchased his work.
His work has been featured in Daily Candy, Nerve, and Nylon.
Matt is available for commissioned work and unique weddings.