"Actually i am a poet who is crappy at writting. so i use a camera for my poems"
Nils Karlson lives in a very densely populated area in the west of Germany. He likes coffee, the smell of his dogs' paws, and finds peace of mind while encountering a photographic subject with humility instead of filling the void within the noise floor with even more blatancy.
His future sees the advent of the square image, simplified and abstract work, collaborations with other artists, several local exhibitions and the conception of a series of books, as well more work with underdogs (in a canine sense). Until then he is dealing with crowdfunding, creating and discarding drafts, and wondering if the website will ever come to life. Until then you can find his works on flickr and tumblr .
Nils loves and curses a Mamiya RB67, embraces several pinhole cameras (6x6, 6x12, large format), and uses whatever film might be appopriate - Ektar, Portra, Fuji 'Pro' series, Velvia50, as well as any expired colour film fitting into a 9x12 film holder.
When he is grown up and rich, he wants to go large format and that Mamiya 6 is on top of another bucket list.
See more from Nils Karlson below