He adds "At the end of the day, photography should be about investing, either it's in personal pleasure or market value. Luckily, it often serves the same purpose".
Who needs agents with photographers like that, huh? We’re talking some serious business advice here people, so pay attention. We’d like to mellow it down a notch and start off by saying with no uncertain terms that Jørgen is like many other estheticians – a humble perfectionist. He demands the same from all other people involved. He’s at his best when he works both with and for the doers; people who knows what they want and were to go with it
And above all, what he does today always needs to better than what he did yesterday. Luckily for him, this mantra fits well in a constant developing industry, and suitable for clients interested in collaboration rather than just point and shoot.
His works are featured in such publications as Harpers Bazaar, Elle, and The New York Times. Jørgen was also selected to shoot the official portraits of the Norwegian Royal Family for their 25th anniversary in 2016.