I was lucky enough to be contacted by Michelle and Simon, a lovely couple from Hong Kong. They recently got engaged and wanted to do a pre wedding session on their trip to the Nordic countries. After some planning we chose the beautiful Aurland in the western part of Norway, a couple hours north of Bergen. This area is known for its fjords, mountains and all-round spectacular nature.
Meeting up with adventurous couples, and spending the day getting to know them whilst making beautiful images is my dream assignment :) So of course I was super excited when Jillian and Jason from Malaysia contacted me. They were getting married in New York and wanted to travel to Lofoten for their wedding pictures. Here are my favorite images from our day together :)
Here are some of the pictures from last weeks engagement photo shoot with this super sweet couple. We met up in the beautiful coastal area between Tønsberg and Horten in Vestfold, Norway, and spent a couple hours exploring the area.
I love taking portraits in the middle of freezing cold Norwegian winter! After seeing these happy, warm and romantic pictures you will too :)
This post is my second and last '2016 roundup' post. If you didn't catch the 1st one, check it out here: Best of 2016 #1. Thank you 2016 for being so good to me and my family! Can't wait for what 2017 has in store for us!
As 2016 is coming to an end, it's time to look back on what an amazing year this has been for me and my photography business. 2016 has been the year where I decided to really focus on weddings, I stepped up my marketing and took some big steps in my photography (at least I like to think so:).
A couple months ago, Joseph and Jia Yan contacted me looking for a photographer for their pre wedding photoshoot in Lofoten. If you haven't heard about Lofoten, you will want to go after seeing these pics. Lotofen is a bunch of epic islands in Northern Norway with the most insane mountains you've ever seen.
I had the pleasure of taking pictures in Ingvild and Lars Kristians wedding earlier this summer. Ingvild really wanted some wedding portraits by the ocean, but unfortunately there wasn't enough time to drive to the sea on their wedding day. I figured there's an easy solution for that, and a couple weeks later we met up for this beautiful windy sunset shoot in Krogshavn, Langesund.
Ingvild and Lars Kristian had really done an amazing job of turning this old abandoned industrial building into a beautiful ceremony location. It was such a fun, and also a bit difficult location to photograph. There wasn't much light available, but my trusty Fuji X-Pro2's really did an amazing job! Just love those cameras!
Therese and Thomas are two amazing people I've had the pleasure of knowing for many years now. So when they said they were getting married and wanted me to be their photographer I was instantly excited. I did their engagement photos a while back, which was a super fun evening in the woods, have a looky here!