This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.
 This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.  When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".  This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.  Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

This is sort of your, back in the days of film, contact sheet.

When making a portrait for a magazine it's a session that ends up showcasing maybe three or four final images. To get there, the photographic process consist of a lot more. Sometimes you even end up playing a tune together, if you can call my upside-down lefty playing "in tune".

This session with Kjartan Arngrim of Folkeklubben ended up with three printed images, two of them are featured in the 'Portraits' section.

Here you get to see them all.

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