Deep in the Norwegian Mountains lives Anki Grothe, with her Husky (lofi), and an infectious sense of curiosity. Behind the lens, Anki has an un-canny way of capturing the moments that unfold on a journey. She lives the stories she shoots, and never taming her creativity and enthusiasm for adventure.
Location: Hemsedal, Norway
What does your creativity mean to you?
My head never stops spinning. It's crazy actually. That’s why I love creativity, because I can sit down and be creative, or creativity comes to me wherever, whenever. I somehow always visualise the future. That’s how a lot of my ideas come just from thinking about random stuff then “BOOM!" there is something new and interesting. I visualise myself doing something then I do the process backwards. I think to myself, “what did I do to get there?" – It feels surreal to put this into words. Then you have the actual making of a picture or a story and an idea. That’s when I freak out completely. I am totally depended on sharing what I’m doing with my friends, colleagues. They help me to stay on track, and believing in myself.
What does travel mean to you?
I love to explore, my sight gets wider and I’m more present. It’s like every night I walk my dog, most days I just want to get it over with and jump in to bed. But that same little hike is a small adventure, if I want it to be. I walk outside with my mind on what is around me. Almost every time I see a shooting star, or if I’m lucky the Northern Lights – nature's magic! It's a different way to live – to be wide eyed. Travel is like that to me. I live for the adventure and the surprises nature has in-store for me. I am collecting moments around every corner, the small shifts in weather, the people you meet and new friend you make. They will stay with me forever and that's how I feel rich.