Hi Kasper, tell us a bit about yourself?


Hello. i’m a Copenhagen based photographer, who loves to travel and photograph people and situations. My interest in photography really started, when my granddad gave me an 80 “modern” point and shoot, black and white camera, when i was around 14 years old. In tenth grade i did a black and white photography course and now i’m working as a freelance photographer.

So you did a pleasant editorial. what are your thoughts behind it?


In my first encounter with “make waiting pleasant” it was clear to me that i had to do a travel editorial. I wanted to capture that pleasant feeling of waiting for the uncertainty of the next adventure. Prior to my travels I had this clear idea of how i wanted the editorial to be, but the cool thing about traveling is the unpredictable nature of it, which led to my approach changing along the way. When you want to capture a feeling I find it hard to stage that feeling, I much rather want to document it.

What does ”make waiting pleasant” mean to you? It means to make the waiting time count. enjoy how life sometimes forces you to slow down.



What does paradise look like to you?


My paradise changes with my mood. This cold november monday, I dream of the beach by El Transito, Nicaragua, which is also featured in the editorial. Heat, waves, a hammock and shade from a palm tree.

As a photographer, what's your dream task? To tell stories through out my pictures from around the world.

How long could you survive without internet?


On this trip i didn’t have stable internet for two months, and it was kind of nice. So i could probably survive for a long time just fine.

Do you have a favourite piece of clothing?T


Right now I’m pretty stoked about my fila ski team tee, which I found in a second hand store in Nicaragua, of all places. It’s a little too big and worn out, but you gotta love it.


What's the meaning of life?


To enjoy it.