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I am a journalist graduated from the Danish University of Journalism - doing journalism, communication, teaching, training, coaching in DK & The 3rd World & web, photo and video.
I'm partner in the media network
in Filmbyen, Aarhus, Denmark and I can meet your communication demands - alone or together with my good collegues here:-)
Since 2006 I have been teaching, training and coaching journalists, editors and media in the third world, including in:
Yemen, Malawi, South Sudan,
where I've been eight times since the fall of the Gaddafi dictatorship.
Here is a team from a
in election coverage in June 2014 arranged by
Otherwise, I work for
With my colleague at Periskop, Mette Reinhardt Jacobsen, I have made six videos for Aarhus City Hall/Mercuri Urval
Watch all the videos here.
"We are very pleased with the result and look forward to getting them into circulation, we think you have been good to get interviewees to appear lively."
Jesper Lund, Director, Mercuri Urval.
Together with my collegue at Periskop, Mette Reinhardt Jacobsen, I have also made four videos for the Union of Executive Danish Nurses. They can be seen here:
"We had a series of videos with small member portraits to our Congress 2013 made. The videos provided a good basis for our professional debate - and they were produced quickly and professionally." Irene Hesselberg, Chairman of the Union of Executive Danish Nurses.
I have also made videos with Ramboll Market Intelligence and Danish Refugee Council:
They can be seen here - click on english version.
I have great travel experience as a journalist with the production of articles, sound slides, photos, video, web, etc..
I have traveled in more than 40 countries as a journalist, and I have taught at the Danish University of Journalism in travel journalism.
I have covered The Paralympic Games in Beijing and London, The Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver and Sochi. As well as The Deaflympics in Taiwan. Looking forward to Rio 2016.
Webeditor and producer of several websites in WordPress CMS, including:
And off course this website :-)
Former webeditor at Freelancers Association in DK and current writer at
Benghazi, Libya, the spring of 2012, some of "my" journalists on the streets, protesting against the allocation of seats in parliament in Libya's first free elections in 45 years.
- But ain't it dangerous to go to Libya and other strange countries?, many ask me.
- Yes, I reply, and you have to take care of yourself. But! That's what I'm passionate about because I am helping to make a difference for some people. And the joy and enthusiasm I get from them - that's all worth it!
And remember: No democracy without a free press!