This image was taken on the most southern point of the Faroe Islands looking south to the island of North Rona in the Outer Hebrides, the closest neighbor of the archipelago.
This image has become one of my personal favourites from the #landofmaybe, a 3 year documentary project on the Faroes. It's a place of ever changing light, dramatic weather, and friendly people whose warmth constantly takes me surprise. It reminds me of home.
Pictured at his home in Kirkjubøur, Tróndur is best known as an internationally recognised artist, sculpture and as a crewmate of Tim Severin on the Brendan voyage, a recreation of an ancient journey made across the Celtic and Nordic world by sea.
This church on the island of Fugloy is the most eastern point of the archipelago.
An immigrant from Senegal, Ahmet plays for FC Hoyvik and was recently named player of the year. He works at MEST shipyard in Torshavn where he helps service vessels.
This view from a helicopter (an essential mode of public transport in the Faroe islands) shows the cliffs of Cape Enniberg and the islands of the East of the archipelago.
A young girl from the island of Fugloy, a resident of Kirkja, one of the two settlements on this the most eastern of the islands in the archipelago.
The Hultavolk are the spirits which are said to reside in the landscape of the Faroe Islands. Local resident Eliana recently performed as one for a play in Klaksvik. This image is her pictured outside of her home on the island of Kunoy.
This young women was taking part in the horse riding competitions which take place every summer in Vágur in the Faroe Islands.
For six decades Maria has made the daily walk down to the sea for a swim in the cold waters of Vestmanna. Her journey was recently documented in the award winning short film 'Maria and the Waves'.
Two workers at the MEST shipyard in Torshavn.
Sitting in the childhood home of his grandfather, this school teacher sits in-front of a painting of the island of Mykines, the most remote, and Westerly of the islands.