"Every bend along the road always opened up to another amazing landscape, so to no surprise I was snapping all the way whilst out on the road"
"The vast space around Lofoten opens up so much room for creativity, with so much of it to explore. It’s rare to have all that space to myself in a small city like Singapore"
"The biggest challenge in Norway, as photographers, was that we only had very limited light to play with. In late autumn, Lofoten only gets around six hours of light each day"
"Lofoten offers travellers so much variety, from windswept coast, to cosy cabins, to staggering peaks. Despite having been here many times before, I found it new and exciting once more"
"It was energising to see Jeryl’s excitement each day, the way his face lit up when the perfect light shard struck a nearby peak, or a rainbow appeared out of nowhere. Collaboration is easy when like minded people come together for a common goal"
"It was a mad experience shooting from such a high vantage point and being reminded how small we are in this vast landscape. It felt surreal to be a human drone for once"
"Lofoten was bitterly cold and it forced us to be selective as every photo had to be earned"
"What more can one ask for having a local with a common interest in photography showing me the culture she’s so familiar with? It really helped me get the right shots"