The Future of Natural Wine in Copenhagen
In conversation with Stefan Jensen of Terroiristen for Sprudge Wine.
“When Jensen opened Terroiristen in 2008, it was nearly impossible to find natural wine in the city. Today you will typically find at least one or two natural wines on the menu at good restaurants. I ask him why he thinks Copenhagen has become such a destination for natural wine enthusiasts.”
Co-authored by Kinfolk and Norm Architects, and published by Gestalten—The Touch explores design and interiors that caters to all the senses.
Photography for Norm Architects of architecture and interior design case, The Audo – a hybrid creative destination in Nordhavn, Copenhagen.
Photography of Karimoku Case Study exhibition at the Kinfolk Gallery and copywriting for brand booklet and all press material. Karimoku Case Study is a new, contemporary lifestyle brand by Karimoku, Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa.
Modern british tavern in the posh neighborhood of Marylebone. Shot for Danish newspaper Børsen.
Linnea Ek Blæhr for Norm Architects’ Instagram profile series.
Words + photos for Condé Nast Traveller piece on Copenhagen’s best bakeries.
“Denmark has always been famous for its pastries, but now top chefs are revitalising a scene that has long been dominated by underwhelming chains. Playing with local flavours and pairing their offerings with single-origin coffee, these artisan bakers are mixing things up, one cinnamon bun at a time.”
With an emphasis on the materiality of select ARKET garments, I shot and co-art directed a series of photos shot against naturally textured architecture.