MONTHLY UPDATE - october 2018

 It is a natural time of change. The days become shorter and the grey skies slowly takes over. We’ve been watching this month go by through new and unfamilar curtains, tied knots on projects and assignments. Hunted birds in the sky and footprints on the ground with our cameras to remember it all.



Kasper photographed for the book projekt Året

During the month of September Kasper photographed for the Danish book project Året together with his fore colleagues from NV Live Lab. The project Året is a monthly photobook publication featuring works by Danish photographers portraying the city of Copenhagen in 2018. The project is initiated by the Danish publisher Blankt Papir. On October 11th Blank Papir held a vernissage of the September book at the gallery Ofr. Copenhagen.


Anna exhibited in Berlin

This month Anna is exhibiting the project BORDERLINE at Club der Polnischen Versager in Berlin. With the editorial project ‘Borderline’, the European Online-Magazine Cafébabel takes a new look at Poland and its borders. 16 journalists and photographers from all over Europe have worked on eight versatile stories from the country. On October 19th the gallery held a vernissage where Anna’s story on abortion in Poland was exhibited alongside the work of her fellow photographers in the BORDERLINE project.




Marcel learned about shoemaking

Back in September Marcel worked on a story for the German magazine BRANDEINS. The brand ‘van Bommels are a ninth-generation shoe producer and are among the few survivors in this industry. The story was just published in the november issue of BRANDEINS.






Charlotte went to New York

In October Charlotte spent most of the month in New York. During her time there she attended the Eddie Adams Workshop in Jeffersonville, New York from the 5-7th October. The workshop is held once a year for 100 selected young photojournalists from all over the world. The workshop consists of portfolio reviews, panel discussions, a given photo assignment and presentations. During the the workshop Charlotte was assigned to photograph a local elderly couple in Jeffersonville. Besides Charlotte, there were six fellow students at the workshop from the Danish School of Journalism.