Journal - Jakob Gjerluff Ager

Journal

7th May 2018

Limited print collaboration with Backbone Art.

Happy to announce that I have teamed up with the guys over at Backbone Art to offer 8 of my favourite photos as limited prints. Each photo is made in 50 numbered and signed editions.

Backbone Art’s mission is to bring to light emerging photographers by featuring, printing and framing their work. 


Go to backboneart.com for more. 




18th April 2018

Blogpost for Yervana.

Close to Home: Jakob Gjerluff Ager


Growing up on the cold and windy Danish west coast, Jakob Ager was sailing and surfing from a young age. He’s lived and worked in the mountains of Norway, and currently resides in Vancouver BC, working as a freelance photographer. Jakob is a Yervana Local.


Read full post.


15th March 2018

SS Lookbook shoot for Lakor on Oahu, Hawaii. 


In February I took off to a week in Oahu, Hawaii to shoot the new lookbook for Lakor Soul wear. It was an amazing week at a long time dream destination. Together with my girlfriend and her brother I rented an old VW Westfalia bus and lived the photoshoot. 


See some highlights here. 



1st March 2018

Portraits of Gastown.

Through my internship with Wallop Film in Vancouver I've been shooting a portraits series around the old part of town - Gastown. We did to make ourselves visible to the community and possible connections in the area.I rarely do portraits, especially people I don't know. I find it very intimidating and intimate at the same time. First of all reaching out to people I don't know and asking them if I can not only interview them, but also take their portrait has been a huge learning experience and I'm very glad I did. I'm sure it will benefit me in my future work.

Here is the final posts for the piece.


Artic Sundowner

23th August 2015

Interview with Micayla Gatto from Splitlife Collective.

Micayla is pro-mountainbiker from Vancouver, British Columbia. She races all over the world and if that that wasn't enough she is also a very talented artist. Splitlife collective is about artist with different roots in the outdoor world.


Read the interview here.

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