On a trip together to the north of Iceland, Akureyri, where my sister was celebrating her confirmation.
Eyjólfur Eyjólfsson is a singer. This is taken during one of his visits to my studio in London.
My father came to visit me in Germany and we had some fun together. We were looking for a specific mood and dreamy eyes of the past.
This wonderful lad is perhaps misrepresented in this photo, but I love the glimpse into his soul and can feel his ever friendly smirk about to come on to his face.
Taken for her graduation concert.
The icelandic artist, Guðmundur Thoroddsen.
Such an interesting man with a face to go with the personality. Had a lovely time taking his pictures.
This guy asked if I was working for the police when he noticed I was taking his picture. Don't exactly know what that was about.
On top of Keilir with my pal Mummi.
A study of lights.
Shot a series of portraits for some kind of students union of law students in Iceland. This is one of the photos.
I think Eyvi came for dinner that night and we ended up taking out the lights and camera. Never shy in front of the lens.
Taking a walk with my mum in Denmark.
A student's portrait.
The great baritone, Thomas Rettensteiner.
This is Daníel, composer and conductor. A very talented guy.
Love this guy. Marc Scoffoni. He was in my class and asked me to take some portraits for him. Always had time for fun.
I did a series of portraits of my colleagues and class mates for our last performances together at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. This was for Capriccio by R. Strauss.
I loved working with Lisa, chatting and get to know her. Beautiful personality.
Me mate Gareth.
Albert had this unusual (for him) beard and was about to cut it off. I decided to predocument that cut.
This is the renowned icelandic composer Jórunn Viðar along with musicians Helga Rós and Guðrún Dalía.
Melkorka came over with her lovely smile and beautiful eyes.
This is my colleague from Germany, Linda. We went out to a gorgeous setting in Stralsund and as the light outside was dying we caught these photos.
A good friend and colleague. Such a ghetto pose for her and I love it.
This is probably one of my first assignments and I'm always amazed at how much I like this photo.
My not so more little cuz.
Egill Árni Pálsson, tenor.