Portræt serie

Jeg var for en uge tid siden ude på NEXT Copenhagen på nørrebro, for at mødes med Jenny Sundby der skulle lave en foto opgave i form af en portræt serie af nogen med en kronisk sygdom. Det var en super hyggelig efter middag med Jenny der både er super sød, dygtig og meget nem af snakke med. Billederne blev super fine, og det var sjovt at være med. Jeg har før sagt nej til at medvirke i foto projekter og efterfølgende fortrudt det, så jeg var super glad for jeg sagde ja og rent faktisk gjorde det denne gang, selvom jeg faktisk var i tvivl lige indtil vi kom igang. Men jeg er så glad for jeg gjorde det og det har også givet mig mere mod til at være med i lignende en anden gang. I kan tjekke mere af Jenny’s foto arbejde ud her: Jennysundby.com 

Window seat

This is the spot. In my flat I have a nice wide windowsill. where you can sit and keep an good eye on everyone else on my floor, haha. No but seriously it’s actually a really nice spot, in the summer you can open up the window and your ”basically” outside. And in the winter you can sit inside where it’s nice and warm and look out on the rain, which I differently think theres something really cozy about.

My lovely warm and cozy knit is from Zara.

Slow morning

And don’t we all enjoy them? The mornings where you don’t have to do anything in a specific time, but you can just relax, get up, get some breakfast and a cup of coffee.. All in your own time.

Madonna for british Vogue june cover

I love these black and white pictures of Madonna taken for her british vogue for an interview she did for their june issue. She did the interview talking about motherhood and ageism related to her 60th birthday. You can read the interview HERE 

I have to be honest and say that I’m not such a big fan of Madonnas ‘newer’ music and how she is now, but i do loove her older music (especially the American Life album) And what ever you think of her, if you like her and her music or not, I think that we can all agree that she’s a legend.