My name is Tarjei Krogh, and I grew up in the seventies in an artistic milieu surrounding an Oslo jazz club. All through my childhood, I accompanied my mother, a painter and graphic artist, to exhibitions. My father, a data engineer, was responsible for my early interest in technology, physics, geometry, contrasts, and compositions. At the age of ten, I inherited a camera, and I and my friends began to explore and play with this new toy. This game, for me, has continued for seventeen years. I realized that I got more satisfaction from static images.