Mulatu Astatke at Cosmopolite
November 9th, 2017
Still photographs for Food Studio at Hegli Gård
"Britt and her team went foraging in the autumn sun, before pickling the green tomatoes from the green house. All of the guests contributed to the dinner in the evening, by making an autumn stew with slow cooked goat meat and goat meatballs, oven baked vegetables, baked bread in the wood oven, with a sour dough that our baker Emmanuel started three weeks before the Get Away. We started our dinner with freshly made butter, the oven baked bread that was still hot and a tasting of the new Bøgedal brews. As a dessert, we had tilslørte bondepiker, a traditional Scandinavian dessert with milk from the farm and apples from the garden."
See more here: https://foodstudio.no/past-events/get-away-autumn-hegli-gard/
I have started working a little bit for the Norwegian Child Welfare Services. Mostly at night so during daytime I either sleep or go for walks with my camera. I don't necessarily take pictures every time, but last week I had one day where I felt particularly inspired. I was in a weird, introverted mood, the weather was quite grey and the landscape quite desolate.
I did a two-day gig for Flatbread Society / Bjørvika a few days a go. A beautiful event where people were brought together to make, and eat flatbread. There was also a book launch, a movie screening, some music and other things happening, and here are a few pictures (just a few, I sent the client over 200 pictures).
Before heading to Jaipur, I had the pleasure of working one month alongside this guy in Mumbai and Karnataka, filming a documentary for a client in Norway. His name is Omar Sejnæs and having worked 20 years for national TV, he's a skilled filmmaker. Oh, and he's a great photographer too, check out his page.