Peder Kjøs
Peder Kjøs

Norwegian psychologist and author.

Oslo, 2017.

Myrna and Michel Olivares
Myrna and Michel Olivares

Myrna and her husband Miguel came to the US over 20 years ago, and are two of eleven million illegal immigrants in the country. Their daughters, Michel and Heidy, automatically got American citizenships when they were born in the USA. The family has suffered hardships and traumatic experiences.

New York, 2016.

Friendly man at beach
Friendly man at beach

“Can I photograph you”? I asked as I walked by with slow steps sinking into the sand. He raised his eyebrows, saying nothing. I switched to Russian. “Можно вас сфотографировать?” He nodded, smiled, stood up and waved.

Brighton Beach, New York, 2016.

Aili Keskitalo
Aili Keskitalo

President of the Sami Parliament of Norway.

Kautokeino, 2018.

Knut Arild Hareide
Knut Arild Hareide

MP and leader of the Christian Democratic Party in Norway.

Oslo, 2018.

Tobias Santelmann
Tobias Santelmann

Norwegian film and theater actor.

Oslo, 2018.

Geert Mak
Geert Mak

Dutch journalist and non-fiction writer in the field of history.

Oslo, 2013.

Kenneth Moe
Kenneth Moe

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2016.

Gert Nygårdshaug
Gert Nygårdshaug

Norwegian author.

Lier, 2016

Marianne Clementine Håheim
Marianne Clementine Håheim

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2015.

Emanuel Sabino
Emanuel Sabino

U.S Army soldier and founder of the Live & Enjoy Movement.
Watch Emanuel tell his story here.

New York, 2016

Johan Harstad
Johan Harstad

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2015.

Håvard Rem
Håvard Rem

Norwegian author and lyricist.

Oslo, 2015

VR youth
VR youth

Estonian teenager Sander Simson enjoys playing virtual reality video games in his room.
Estonia is one of the world’s most advanced digital countries, utilising technology in every field of it’s society.

Tallinn, 2017

Marita Bjørgan
Marita Bjørgan

Marita enjoys a minute rest at the training ground two days before she is debuting as a soccer player in the Norwegian national women's team in the Homeless World Cup.

Jeløya, 2017.

Gerður Kristný
Gerður Kristný

Icelandic poet.

Oslo, 2016.

Unn
Unn

in the forest, nurtured by nature.

Oslo, 2015.

Don Martin
Don Martin

Norwegian rap artist.

Oslo, 2018.

"Abdul"
"Abdul"

At sixteen, the kurd “Abdul” fled alone from Iran to Norway after his politically active father died subsequent to imprisonment and torture. Two years later, after being moved between seven different asylum centres, Abdul’s application for protection is rejected; the government hasn’t believed him when he told them he was also politically active in Iran. He is certain he will be hanged if he is sent back. He runs. In a forest close to one of the asylum centres in which he used to live, Abdul spends the day hiding from the Norwegian government. He is constantly on the move, never spending more than two days in one place.

In 2017, over two hundred unaccompanied child asylum seekers disappeared from Asylum Centres all over the country. This is more than in the period 2013-2015 put together.

Norway, 2017.

Jonas Gahr Støre
Jonas Gahr Støre

MP and leader of the Norwegian Labour Party.

Oslo, 2017

Erlend Ropstad
Erlend Ropstad

Norwegian musician.

Oslo, 2015.

Gunstein Bakke
Gunstein Bakke

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2017.

Diamond Boayue
Diamond Boayue

Child care and youth worker, former player at the Norwegian national youth basketball team, and second runner up for the 2017 Miss Africa Norway.

Oslo, 2018.

Thomas
Thomas

by the river, dressed in nature.

Oslo, 2015.

Sister Ane-Elisabet Røer
Sister Ane-Elisabet Røer

Sister Ane-Elisbath prays during the evening vespers. She professed perpetual vows in 2001 and lives with ten other sisters in the Katarinahjemmet in Oslo; Dominican Sisters of Notre Dame de Grâce.

Oslo, 2015.

Tabita Berglund
Tabita Berglund

MA student in musical direction at the Norwegian Academy of Music.

Oslo, 2018.

Trude Marstein
Trude Marstein

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2018.

Olivier Blanchard
Olivier Blanchard

French economist and professor. Former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund.

Oslo, 2017.

Ronny Haugeland
Ronny Haugeland

Norwegian comics artist, illustrator and bingo host.
And dog dad.

Oslo, 2018.

Åshild Mathiesen
Åshild Mathiesen

Former editor in chief of the Norwegian christian daily newspaper Vårt Land.

Oslo, 2018.

Andreas Ervik
Andreas Ervik

Norwegian artist.

New York, 2016.

Marte Wulff & Einar Stenseng
Marte Wulff & Einar Stenseng

Norwegian singer/songwriters.

Oslo, 2018.

Trond Ingebretsen
Trond Ingebretsen

Norwegian musician and teacher.

Oslo, 2016.

Thee Yezen Al Obaide
Thee Yezen Al Obaide

Norwegian-iraqi gay activist and film maker.

Oslo, 2018

Hans Christian Holte
Hans Christian Holte

Tax Director in the Norwegian Tax Administration.

Oslo, 2018.

Anna Einemo Frøysland
Anna Einemo Frøysland

Norwegian contemporary dancer.

Oslo, 2016.

Peder Kjøs
Myrna and Michel Olivares
Friendly man at beach
Aili Keskitalo
Knut Arild Hareide
Tobias Santelmann
Geert Mak
Kenneth Moe
Gert Nygårdshaug
Marianne Clementine Håheim
Emanuel Sabino
Johan Harstad
Håvard Rem
VR youth
Marita Bjørgan
Gerður Kristný
Unn
Don Martin
"Abdul"
Jonas Gahr Støre
Erlend Ropstad
Gunstein Bakke
Diamond Boayue
Thomas
Sister Ane-Elisabet Røer
Tabita Berglund
Trude Marstein
Olivier Blanchard
Ronny Haugeland
Åshild Mathiesen
Andreas Ervik
Marte Wulff & Einar Stenseng
Trond Ingebretsen
Thee Yezen Al Obaide
Hans Christian Holte
Anna Einemo Frøysland
Peder Kjøs

Norwegian psychologist and author.

Oslo, 2017.

Myrna and Michel Olivares

Myrna and her husband Miguel came to the US over 20 years ago, and are two of eleven million illegal immigrants in the country. Their daughters, Michel and Heidy, automatically got American citizenships when they were born in the USA. The family has suffered hardships and traumatic experiences.

New York, 2016.

Friendly man at beach

“Can I photograph you”? I asked as I walked by with slow steps sinking into the sand. He raised his eyebrows, saying nothing. I switched to Russian. “Можно вас сфотографировать?” He nodded, smiled, stood up and waved.

Brighton Beach, New York, 2016.

Aili Keskitalo

President of the Sami Parliament of Norway.

Kautokeino, 2018.

Knut Arild Hareide

MP and leader of the Christian Democratic Party in Norway.

Oslo, 2018.

Tobias Santelmann

Norwegian film and theater actor.

Oslo, 2018.

Geert Mak

Dutch journalist and non-fiction writer in the field of history.

Oslo, 2013.

Kenneth Moe

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2016.

Gert Nygårdshaug

Norwegian author.

Lier, 2016

Marianne Clementine Håheim

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2015.

Emanuel Sabino

U.S Army soldier and founder of the Live & Enjoy Movement.
Watch Emanuel tell his story here.

New York, 2016

Johan Harstad

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2015.

Håvard Rem

Norwegian author and lyricist.

Oslo, 2015

VR youth

Estonian teenager Sander Simson enjoys playing virtual reality video games in his room.
Estonia is one of the world’s most advanced digital countries, utilising technology in every field of it’s society.

Tallinn, 2017

Marita Bjørgan

Marita enjoys a minute rest at the training ground two days before she is debuting as a soccer player in the Norwegian national women's team in the Homeless World Cup.

Jeløya, 2017.

Gerður Kristný

Icelandic poet.

Oslo, 2016.

Unn

in the forest, nurtured by nature.

Oslo, 2015.

Don Martin

Norwegian rap artist.

Oslo, 2018.

"Abdul"

At sixteen, the kurd “Abdul” fled alone from Iran to Norway after his politically active father died subsequent to imprisonment and torture. Two years later, after being moved between seven different asylum centres, Abdul’s application for protection is rejected; the government hasn’t believed him when he told them he was also politically active in Iran. He is certain he will be hanged if he is sent back. He runs. In a forest close to one of the asylum centres in which he used to live, Abdul spends the day hiding from the Norwegian government. He is constantly on the move, never spending more than two days in one place.

In 2017, over two hundred unaccompanied child asylum seekers disappeared from Asylum Centres all over the country. This is more than in the period 2013-2015 put together.

Norway, 2017.

Jonas Gahr Støre

MP and leader of the Norwegian Labour Party.

Oslo, 2017

Erlend Ropstad

Norwegian musician.

Oslo, 2015.

Gunstein Bakke

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2017.

Diamond Boayue

Child care and youth worker, former player at the Norwegian national youth basketball team, and second runner up for the 2017 Miss Africa Norway.

Oslo, 2018.

Thomas

by the river, dressed in nature.

Oslo, 2015.

Sister Ane-Elisabet Røer

Sister Ane-Elisbath prays during the evening vespers. She professed perpetual vows in 2001 and lives with ten other sisters in the Katarinahjemmet in Oslo; Dominican Sisters of Notre Dame de Grâce.

Oslo, 2015.

Tabita Berglund

MA student in musical direction at the Norwegian Academy of Music.

Oslo, 2018.

Trude Marstein

Norwegian author.

Oslo, 2018.

Olivier Blanchard

French economist and professor. Former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund.

Oslo, 2017.

Ronny Haugeland

Norwegian comics artist, illustrator and bingo host.
And dog dad.

Oslo, 2018.

Åshild Mathiesen

Former editor in chief of the Norwegian christian daily newspaper Vårt Land.

Oslo, 2018.

Andreas Ervik

Norwegian artist.

New York, 2016.

Marte Wulff & Einar Stenseng

Norwegian singer/songwriters.

Oslo, 2018.

Trond Ingebretsen

Norwegian musician and teacher.

Oslo, 2016.

Thee Yezen Al Obaide

Norwegian-iraqi gay activist and film maker.

Oslo, 2018

Hans Christian Holte

Tax Director in the Norwegian Tax Administration.

Oslo, 2018.

Anna Einemo Frøysland

Norwegian contemporary dancer.

Oslo, 2016.

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