Multiple Vision


"Rowan Berry" - 2014

From a new series I’m working on. Quadro exposure that I exposed in-camera last weekend. Flash used in all four exposures.

Are you going to be doing any exhibitions in London?

A question by hyoka-c-s

Yes. I have received a few invitations from London based galleries, but I cannot say when yet.

what camera do it you have

A question by father--luna

I have a Nikon D800E, Mamiya RB67 and a Hasselblad 500C.


What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.

This morning, during a morning walk in the woods I shot a self portrait. Haven’t even though about taking a double exposure selfie before so I gave it a try.

Here’s a 3 sec long hand-held exposure that I shot in 2010. Photography was still new to me then and I was saving money to afford a Nikon D700 (which I bought later that year). Back then, this was the only DSLR that supported multiple exposure that I’d seen been experimented with on film by inspiring legends such as Harry Callahan and Charles Swedlund.

If you don’t know them, congratulations—you’ve just been handed a bag of pleasing eye candy from the middle 19th century.

"The mystery isn’t in the technique, it’s in each of us". - Harry Callahan

From my current exhibition in Moscow @ Osnova Gallery. So hyped over this exhibition!