In the past months I’ve seen people posting a lot about how sick and tired they are of the life in isolation during the Corona crisis. Let me come up with an alternative view: I love it! And here’s why.
The third of the three photos I sold to the jazz suite, one of the new rooms at the waterfront hotel Molde fjordstuer
Tal Wilkenfeld was the highlight of the Herbie Hancock concert in 2011. In her early twenties, and she’s already high in demand as a touring and session musician.
As I mentioned yesterday, I sold three photos to the local hotel Molde Fjordstuer, meant for one of their newly built rooms. Namely, their jazz suite.
This is the second of the tree photos.
Leonard Cohen during Molde International Jazz Festival 2009. It’s one of the things I like about the jazz festival. You get to shoot old legends.
I sold three photos to Molde Fjordstuer today!
It’s a local hotel by the seaside, and they are building a new building and have added even more rooms to the hotel. One of the rooms is a jazz suite, and they were looking for photos from Molde International Jazz Festival.
A photographic colleague of mine was the middle ma..ehh woman, and lo and behold, I sold three photos! I’m very grateful to her!
This is the first photo that was chosen. It’s probably the best photo I took during Molde International Jazz Festival 2009. My favourite concert that year, as well.
This is Otomoyo Yoshohide, Japanese musician who had put together a project for the occasion.
Probably the best photo I took during Molde International Jazz Festival 2009. My favourite concert that year, as well. This is Otomoyo Yoshohide, Japanese musician who had put together a project for the occasion.