Lasse Fløde, 27 years old, photographer and writer from a small village at the West Coast of Norway.
Currently living in Oslo, but with strong connections both to London and Copenhagen,
and humble opportunity to travel around with my work.
02 / What do you want to communicate with your work?
It varies through the things that I do, and fining the balance between what I want to say as a photographer,
and in a commercial setting, what my client want and need to communicate.
But in general my work is described honest and sincere, which is qualities I value highly.
03 / What are you working on at the moment?
More than looking at other photographers for influence,
I tend to be inspired by the talented friends and people I find myself surrounded by.
There is nothing more inspiring than hearing people talk about their passion.
There is nothing more attractive than a nerd.
05 / Future plans:
I have to quote myself from an interview a couple of years back.
I have more to learn, then what I’ve learned so far. I have more things I want to do, than things done.
I basically just want to develop my work, work with the best people I can, and enjoy enjoy every f moment of it.
06 / What is a perfect picture for you?
I don’t think there is something I can label that.
Or at least not a verbal description on it.
07/ Biggest turning point in my career so
2015. A year where I found myself reflecting and restarting in more than one way.
And a year where I found a lot of the answers I had been looking for.
08/ If you had to choose one lens which one would it be and why?
The 85 mm. As a photographer with a focus on the portrait, I find this lens to be a great tool.
From lassefloede.com with thanks!