Being a photographer is a great rush sometimes, and I have to push some personal boundaries to get the picture. For instance, for an introvert walking up to the edge of a stage, and looking out over a sea of 70’000 people looking back at me, is somewhat of a reach. It feels god to have a camera to hide behind. This year I have been touring Norway with VG-Lista Topp 20, a show concept where all the most popular artists the last year is gathered up and throws free shows in major cities throughout july, starting in Oslo with the live broadcast Rådhusplassen show, this year gathering a crowd of 70k. For each show, I walked up on stage a few minutes before kick-off, and lined up a shot of the crowd. When august came, I had photographed over a hundred thousand people.