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Personal story

From graffiti artist, to world record holding adventurer:

I started out by thatching roofs, a discipline of hard work and old traditions.
I loved the outdoors and took pride in my work, but it never entirely satisfied my creative gifts.

Off work, I would practice my artistic passion – Graffiti.
When I started at the age of 12, I was determined to become one of the best graffiti artists in Copenhagen. At 21, I had reached my goal, by being persistent and innovative.
Today my work still inspires new generations.

Seeking new adventures, I moved to Venezuela.

Here I worked two years in a travel company. I loved sharing my knowledge and guiding tours for students and VIP’s. I developed courses in jungle survival, and trained new guides.

But my creative ambitions still weren’t fulfilled.
I traveled through Asia, crossed the North Atlantic and worked as an Illustrator.

During 2012, high in the Bolivian Andes, I met and worked with famous Artist and Shaman Gaston Ugalde and realized, that the medium of film could unite everything i love: Art, nature, people, adventure, and storytelling.

This realisation set me on a path, to a new goal: To make the best adventure film in the world.

Consequently THORDOX PRODUCTIONS was born.



– Educational videos
– Illustrations
– Adventure films



– Film production in harsh environments
– Graphic Facilitation
– Presenting


– Articles
– Videos
– Public Speaking
– Consultancy Services


– Best Danish Adventure Film 2013 – DAFF Awards
– Best Action Sport Film 2015 – DAFF Awards
– Kayaked 1200km. around Denmark
– World Record – The World’s First Circumnavigation of the Island of New Guinea in a Traditional Sailing Canoe

Currently employed at Aalborg University, developing business model narration, in collaboration with some of the leading researchers in this field.

Working on a book and a film about the the circumnavigation of New Guinea.


Thor guiding a four day jungle hike to the Angel Falls in Venezuela. Photo: Katie Stephenson.