Silent water at the Lovatnet Lake

Spring at the Hardangerfjord

Rainy weather at the Naeroeyfjord

Sunset over the Geirangerfjord

Aerial shot above waterfall in Rauma

Aerial shot from Rondane

Morning at the Jostedalsbreen

Sunrise from Dalsnibba

Documenting our wild nature

The love for the nature has always been a big part of my life. To combine my passion for photography with my love for the nature is like a dream come true. I want to make a difference for the nature by helping with the preservation of places with natural silence before it is too late. Through a series of films I will be documenting our wild nature in undisturbed places. I believe that what you love, you also want to protect. I call it – The Silence Project.

Nature have spent billions of years turning a barren planet into a paradise. A paradise we should take good care of.

The disturbing facts

I have seen how our glaciers are getting smaller and smaller, how our jungles are getting destroyed by deforestation, and how our planet’s biodiversity is suffering. Here are some of the disturbing facts about our planet’s health.

  • Within this century the sea levels are expected to increase by up to 1 meter (3 feet). If all land ice melted, sea level would rise approximately 70 meters (230 feet).
  • We’re losing 75.700 square kilometers (18.7 million acres) of forests annually, equivalent to the size of Ireland or to 27 soccer fields every minute. Scientists estimate up to 13 percent of global carbon emissions come from deforestation.
  • Every year 50.000 plant and animal species disappear.

Lost square kilometers of forest every year

Lost plant and animal species every year