Henrik Kastenskov had his first experience with “Flash journalism” back in 2004 while interning at Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, the biggest daily newspaper in Denmark, wetting his appetite for online journalism for real. After a stint as staff photographer Kastenskov teamed up with Poul and Bombay Flying Club in 2008 focusing on experimenting with the visual and narrative language of the web. As a result he has taught numerous workshops and masterclasses in the art of online storytelling all over the world as well as producing own projects and stories. Afghanistan, Kosovo, Malawi, The Maldives, Northern Ireland and the greater part of Latin America has been in focus for his stories. He has been awarded several times in the Danish POY, POYi and Best of Photojournalism, both as photographer and producer. Today, Kastenskov’s focus remains on the development of an engaging narrative language for the inherently impatient online audience. Kastenskov holds a master in commercial photography from Media College Denmark and a BA in photojournalism from the Danish School of Media and Journalism – a school where he frequently appear as associate professor in multimedia and as appointed auditor of final exams apart from the daily work as a freelance photojournalist. In 2010 he joined the German non-profit multimedia Spill The Beans as member of the board. Kastenskov has worked as member of the jury in both the Swedish-, Danish- and Norwegian POY.