Still Hungry – Feature length Documentary

In 2017 I was hired to follow Fredric Aasbø to Japan, for the TV-series Gatebil TV on TV2 Zebra in Norway, the third and final season. During this 10-day trip I shot 43 hours of raw material, 1.2TB worth. Out of all that material, 6 minutes ended up in the TV-episode. I made a deal […]

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Merch

The O’snap logo has been in existence since 2010, and it’s a logo that people have given me props for on multiple occasions. I made a very small batch of hoodies several years ago with the logo printed on it, as a pre-order, and I have gotten questions about when I am going to make […]

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Freelance or fulltime

It’s a question as old as time, that people in a creative occupation ask themselves. Well, not really. Although it is a legitimate scenario most of us face at one time or another in their career. Can you do your own thing, still pay your bills and live comfortably? I love being freelance. There’s a […]

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New inspiration with old ways – analog photography

When you’re turning your hobby into a way of living, you run the risk of losing the passion for it. The feeling of being a kid discovering something for the first time. Doing it for the pure reasons of creating. That is the reason I dusted off my dads old Minolta XG-1(n) from 1984, ordered […]

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One man band, Japan, TV-series and RS-R Commercial

Once in a while you get a request to do some work and tick off a few points on the bucketlist. This trip to Japan was definitely one of those occasions. The itenerary was straight from Narita Tokyo, up to Fukushima way up in the mountains to a legendary place called Ebisu – a Zoo […]

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Why choose the little guy! 4 good reasons

The demand for video and film is increasing by the year. More companies have seen the positive effect a good video is for their brand – and up until a few years back, this service was a luxury reserved for the big companies ready to spend the big dollars. After the rise of social media, […]

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A year of freelance

Another year has passed. It’s been an exciting year, but also a daunting one. The first full year doing freelance work, without being in film school. 2017 started off with a lot of uncertainty on how, even if at all, I would get on being full time freelance. There is no denying it’s been difficult more […]

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Tools are half the job

They say the right tools is half the job. Which is true, although it isn’t that simple. If you’re a one man band without an unlimited budget there will always be compromises. You can’t always have the right tool for the job, but you have the tools for the job to get done within the practical and […]

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Stay Hungry

Have you ever had an idea in your head that you simply could not get rid of, nor replace? That’s what happened to me when I started thinking of what I wanted to make for my Bachelor degree. It was two years in the making from that point on, and it was a great experience. […]

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