I am a 28 year old award-winning visual storyteller from Norway with 6 years experience working as an international photojournalist.

The past two years I have been based in Los Angeles. During this time I have travelled to 25 states and worked on news stories such as presidential campaigns, the opioid crisis, NATO military meetings, school shootings, natural catastrophes as well as magazine features about weed nuns, drag shows, goat yoga, female gun owners and cookie-baking gang members.

Currently I’m learning more about the emerging new platforms for storytelling trough a STEM-masterprogram in Digital Social Media at USC. I also hold a BA in Photojournalism from Oslo.

My heart beats for stories that report on new trends and shifts in society, women's rights and emerging technology. I strongly believe in the power of the story as the most effective way of reaching people in an unforgettable way.

My stories has been published in many newspapers and magazines around the world including The New York Times (USA) Die Welt (Germany) and Marie Claire International.

Awards and grants:

2018: Norwegian Picture of the Year / Open class / 3rd prize

2018: Norwegian Picture of the Year / Portrait / 3rd prize

2017: Norwegian Picture of the Year / Open class / 2nd price

2017: Norwegian Picture of the Year / Climate and Environment / 2nd prize

2016: Gullsnitt Photo Awards / Portrait / 2nd prize

2016: Norwegian Picture of the Year / video reportage / 3rd prize

2015: NYT New York Times portfolio review, Selected photographer

2014: Winner “Changing china” grant by Lens Magazine

 
Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world.
— Robert McKee, professor
Me standing next to my hero Annie Leibovitz during a Clinton rally in 2016.

Me standing next to my hero Annie Leibovitz during a Clinton rally in 2016.