Happy New Year 2022
to you all 🥳 & welcome
to my website
I'm a self-declared tech-nerd 🤓 digital content creator & cinematographer by trade, producing film & immersive content where I combine movies, tech, & innovation to push the envelope of that's currently possible 🎥 to offer up a new point of view on the world around us 🌱
My projects are designed
from the ground up
I start with drawing
concept art to get my ideas
from my brain and down
If an idea is too abstract,
then this is a good way to
communicate your ideas
This can be a paper and pen
production or virtual creation
in a game engine
Let's call this 'Pitch Viz'
Now it's time to get out there to break barriers & set new records
Advancing technology to discover a new point of view
movies, tech & innovate
to create the entertainment that will inspire our Tomorrow
VR The Champions
QUEEN live in Barcelona VR music video in 3D-360. Starring Brian May, Roger Taylor & Adam Lambert. The film was released by Universal Music Group and available on VR music video platform VRTGO.
Award winning interactive AR installation depicting the Apollo11 Moon landing, exhibited at NASA Kennedy Space Center 2018/2019 in celebration of the Apollo 50th anniversary.
One More Orbit
Feature Documentary starring the crew of record-breaking flight mission One More Orbit's Earth circumnavigation via North & South Pole. Available on Amazon Prime & iTunes.
Role: Self/Payload Specialist/Live Stream Operator/Camera Operator
Dare to Be
Welcome to my site.
My name is Jannicke Mikkelsen, I’m a cinematographer specialized in fringe-technology, creating virtual production & next-gen tech for movies shot in remote & hazardous environments such as the arctic, ocean, aviation, and space.
My work spans virtual production, remote production, virtual cinematography, live-stream, 3D stereography, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), & immersive.
'Dare To Be Tech-Defying' was born out out of a great number of projects that challenged the limits of today's technology, and I believe you have to push the envelope on what's possible today to create the film production of tomorrow.