Have uploaded some logos I like. For different reasons.
1. Nordica Photography. Not at all my style, but I´m impressed that they came up with something so clean and far from what you normally think of connected to people photography. Included it as a way of saying that I don´t just want the obvious, please follow your own deep creativity and see where it leads.
2. Jonas Petersen. Think he has stopped using this logo but I think it was very good. Like the organic feel in it.
3. Keep Walking. It´s not the logo I like so much, more the story behind it which has to do with continue going for the top of the mountain and see that there are resting places along the way where you connect with others - in the couches, a metaphor for our connectedness and important role we play for each other.
4. A painting by Hilma af Klint. A great Swedish artist who's abstract spiritual work resonate with me.
took down the logos again. seems like I get "too literal" designs when I´m posting examples. I would prefer if you looked the examples more as an inspiration and do something completly different, just with an underlining idea taken from my examples.
update 1 Sept:
OK..! Please no more designs with cameras, or something that looks like an aperture and a camera lens. I´m not so fond of these. I´m more about people, connection, beauty etc than gear.
The attached file is the present logo I use for my corporate web site. But it feels too strict. I want something that can be used in all three areas that I work in; weddings, portraits/family/beloved and the work I do for companies/corporate which is also mostly portraits but also products and other things.
Think you need to check these pages to understand what I´m about:
I want to do work that has an "inner" connection. To spirit, emotions, subtle things. But also Joy, Beauty, Depth.
"Presence" can also be a word that describes me and my work. I am into meditation and yoga and things like that.
I don´t have a specific target client. Think my best customers are those that say that they "feel something" when they see my pictures, without being able to exactly describe what that something is.