Born In Denmark and grew up in the UK. The typical story of getting into film making through skating as a kid, the first film I made in-fact was a snowboard film on our first holiday abroad without the parents. During the second year of studying graphic Arts & design at Leeds, I lost all passion for design and picked up film making again. somehow I was allowed to fisnihs the degree with making films, so essentially I’m self-taught and worked on projects at the time with the likes of Chris Watson, who worked on the BBC’s Frozen Planet etc.

In 2012 I started my adventure to Berlin and really started my professional career at ‘Parasol Island’. Working with Clients such as BMW, Porsche and Jeep etc. My responsibilities were some such as taking the lead edit role in the Berlin office and ensuring all edit jobs were arranged and handled correctly for all their clients.
Lately been working mostly on documentaries, docuseries and art films such as co-directing & editing the doc ‘jede Linie Wird ein Kreis’, docuseries for Nike and the art film ‘i met some racists’ which was premiered at the Yeoja Mag event highlighting Asian hate & xenophobia.

Over the years I came to find my direction, and vibe became sensitive storytelling. Highlighting emotion through storytelling. To tell stories that touch and inspire

BRANDS - Nike, Lee, K1X, Kunsthal Museum...