The story behind the artwork
The Icelandic Nature is one of the last places on earth where the nature is still raw and wild. Every location seemed to be shouting its volcanic story.
A country with lots of of contrasts, geothermal hot springs, colourful and rugged volcanic landscapes, black sandy beaches, pulsating northern lights, and the stillness of nature.
Free Minor Africa (FMA) is a non-profit, non-governmental initiative whose objective is to reinsert back into society minors who have had trouble with the law in Sierra Leone. FMA is based in Barcelona, Spain and in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
In its first phase, FMA is focused on youths that have been imprisoned in Pademba prison. These minors want to return to normal society; some dream of studying, others want to find work even if their opportunities are scarce in one of the world’s poorest nations. The majority come from broken families that left their home or are orphans.
This is the story that SeaLegacy tells. This is the story that sparks a global conversation, and the story that inspires people to act. We believe that producing powerful media and art that gives people hope is imperative. Hope is empowerment. Hope is a solution. Hope is a game changer.
We are a collective of some of the most experienced and renowned photographers, filmmakers and storytellers working on behalf of our oceans.
I’m a and photographer born in Denmark As long as I can remember, I’ve always had a special affinity towards nature and photography.
I believe in the pure moment and try to avoid all stereotypes regarding what I do with the camera and the photographs I create. Each and every photograph should by unique, unrepeatable and endless; my personal interpretations. I always look for images depicting strong meanings and emotions and do what I can to create storytelling with my photography, stories that show the power of nature, people and life… focus the getting the attention into just one frame and save a moment which usually just escape unnoticed. (Read more…).