In our fast moving world where it’s become a symbol a status, strength and admiration to be a fast, efficient and multitasking monster. We cram more and more into our lives – at the expense of appreciating the most important, yet common things. Such as enjoying a meal. When was the last time you really […]
Project: TransForming Treasures I’ve started a new project under the working tittle TransFORMing Treasures. It’s about giving old silver (and jewellery later on) new form. I, and I’ve discovered, a lot of you, have old silver lying unused in drawers, cupboards and storage, either because it’s style or functionality is out of date. If it has […]
Why photograph my workbench for 30 days? My intentions was to see my work and the way i work from the outside in, or at least from a different perspective. Put my work and my process in context, learn to photograph my process and communicate my passion and inspiration. I was also hoping it […]
What does it look like when a flat silver disc is hand-raised into a cup? Well, the process is to hammer it over a wooden or metal stake. The whole surface is hammered, making the silver hard, then annealing it to make it soft again – repeating that for as many times as it takes […]
I recently made this piece for a private client – if you have any questions about the process or the tools I use – please ask them in the comments below. Wanna show it to someone? By all means, share this…
Last Friday I received the ‘Silversmith of the Year’ prize at Koldinghus Museum. At the same time the retrospective exhibition of my work through the last 8-9 years opened as well. Here’s a photo of me recieving the prize. As part of the exhibition, you can see a short film of me making the piece that […]
I’ve got an email from the restaurant Geranium, saying they would like an extra pair of top candle stick holders for the candle sticks I made for them last summer. I’d like to invite you to join me in the workshop to see how I made them. Click on the video to watch.