About me

Hi. Here’s a few words about myself.

I’m a long time partner and CTO in Fab:IT ApS, an IT consultancy and hosting company in Copenhagen, Denmark, that focuses on Open Source solutions. My main responsibilities is automating processes as much as possible (installation and configuration), documenting procedures and processes, and ensuring that we use the best technology in our solutions, through research and pitching for the rest of my team.

I’m also the owner of a webshop company called Optimal Minimal, where I sell various health-related products. Since recovering from a long, hard period of stress I finally changed my lifestyle, and Optimal Minimal got started because of that. I hope that I can share some of the knowledge I got from the recovery, with others, through Optimal Minimal.

In 2012 I got my first motorcycle. I’ve pondered over getting one 3 to 4 years prior to that, but always convinced myself that it wouldn’t be a wise thing to do. But since I made up my mind and got one, I haven’t looked back. It was one of the best decisions I’ve made; I’ve got a couple of new friends that I ride with, I got to ride with my son on the back of my bike, and we have taken some nice trips. I’ve ridden the Distinguished Gentlemans Ride 3 times in a row, and taken shorter trips with my riding buddies. But it’s when I’m riding alone I find it most therapeutic for me - it clears my mind and makes me feel alive and free.


Photography has been one of my favorite hobbies, since I got my first camera, an Olympus OM101, back in 1986. At first I cherished every single picture, waited for the right subject to appear and made sure to get in the right position both in terms of distance and angle, as I only had 24 or 36 images per roll of film. Later on, it was just a matter of bringing enough film rolls.

I primarily took color pictures and had them developed at the photo store. But when I got interested in black & white photography, I wanted to try to develop them myself. That took place at my parents house, with equipment bought used.

When my son was born, I was gifted with a compact digital camera to take pictures of him, but when that died quickly, I acquired a DSLR camera, a Canon EOS 10D. It was an expired model I got on a sale with a kit zoom lens. The change to a DSLR really got me hooked on photography again, and I took a lot of pictures with it.

I got interested in experimenting with long exposures and HDR after a couple of years with the 10D, but I found that it was limiting me. So I bought a Canon 60D that gave me a faster camera, HD video, slowmotion video and much more. Furthermore I bought a fixed 50mm lens. This is still my current photography setup.