Born and raised in Copenhagen and educated as a sound engineer in Denmark and the U.S. During my studies and work I have always been drawn to interacting with musicians during recording sessions and to build trusting relationships. I combine the role of engineer and producer and keep a constant focus on the artistic and sonic result.
My work experience from Denmark, Sweden and the U.S. comprises a range of musical styles and I have particular experience in solo piano and symphony orchestra recordings. Portable equipment from Merging Technologies has enabled me to record symphony orchestras in Denmark and Sweden: Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra, Danish National Chamber Orchestra, Odense Symphony Orchestra and Malmö Symphony Orchestra. My work is represented on Danish, Swedish, Finnish and American record labels. Read more at the discography-page.
My formal education started with a bachelor’s degree in musicology from the University of Copenhagen. I then obtained both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Tonmeister Studies from The Royal Danish Academy of Music.
Awards and honours include a gold award in the AES student recording competition. I was the first tonmeister ever to receive the Léonie Sonning Talent Prize in 2017 and the first tonmeister ever to receive the two-year Young Elite Career Grant from the Danish Art Foundation in 2018.
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