The Moment You Fall Asleep in Lake Mjøsa, Lillehammer, Norway
I did this this my last year in film school. I studied cinematography, had an idea and access to an expensive camera. It’s very short but it’s like the moment you fall asleep and it feels like your falling.
Preoccupation: This summer I’m shooting my first feature film called “Natt til 17”. It’s about kids going wild the night before the national day.
What is your perfect day in Norway? The day you realize it’s not winter anymore.
What is the best thing about your spot? In the summer it’s quiet her, everyone goes on vacation and the rest of us hangs in one of the many parks drinking beer.
What is the worst? Avoid the main street, Karl Johans gate. Expensive, crowded, drug addicts and beggars.
What would be surprising about this place to an outsider? That you will have to pay 14 dollars for a beer.
A place you want to visit before you die? Always wanted to go to India.
Who are three of your favorite photographers/filmmakers?
Kasper Tuxen, Rodrigo Prieto, André Chemetoff