March 1, 2012 § Leave a comment
This week the photo exhibition UiO – En uke (UiO – One Week) opened at the Sverdrup Gallery in Oslo.
The university celebrated its 200th anniversary last year. Twelve of the institution’s photographers from several different faculties decided to document work and celebration during the main anniversary week in September.
I photographed different activities at my institute, the Institute of Clinical Medicine, and seven of those photos have ended up on the walls of the gallery, together with fifty-three others from museums, campus life and other institutes.
If you are in Oslo, the exhibition is open until April 27.
December 11, 2011 § 1 Comment
The Sterile Eye turned four years on 11.11.11, and it passed me by! The last year haven’t been my most active in blogging, but I should have remembered that.
To celebrate four years of life, death and surgery through a lens, I bring you four “forgotten” posts (i.e. with few visits) from each year from 11.11.2007 to 11.11.2011. Here’s to more time for blogging in 2012. Enjoy!
November 11, 2009 § 7 Comments
November 11, 2008 § 6 Comments
The Sterile Eye has been around for exactly one year today!
During this year I’ve gotten to know a lot of other people in a universe I didn’t even know existed – the medical blogosphere. I’ve been contacted by medical photographers and others, seeking advice on different aspects of filming surgery. Patients have written to me about the fascination of watching the same operation as they went through. And I’ve had the honor of having some of my posts referenced by others. I thank you all for taking the time to visit. « Read the rest of this entry »