Here are the pictures I took at the Dexion demo party at Højstrupskolen in Odense, 26-29 December 1990. It’s the final series taken with that lousy camera I used at the time.
I’m probably not an awesome photographer, but here’s a few anyway.
Censor Halloween Party in 1990
Here are two pictures from the Censor Halloween party in Gothenburg, Sweden, held in November 1990. I thought I had more pictures from this party, but at least they show a few interesting C64 freaks.
ECE Show II in 1990
Here are some of the pictures I took at the ECE Show II in London, September 1990.
The fourth part in my blog series about my computer chronicles had these words about it:
I went there on a ship with Niels from Channel 42 and his friend, Henrik. The Ikari guys also went there. I didn’t try to sell our music at the show this time, I was just there for fun. I briefly met Charles Deenen but it was merely to exchange a sentence or two. And just as I feared that we would never find each other at the show as agreed, Deek from Scotland suddenly popped up and introduced himself.
Bergen Demo Party in 1990
These are the pictures I took at the demo party by Full Force, Contex, The Shadows, Megastyle and Science 451 in Bergenshallen, July 1990 – an indoor ice hockey arena. Still the same awful potato camera.
Horizon Easter Party in 1990
Here are all the somewhat blurry pictures I took at the Horizon Easter party at Vårby-skolen in Stockholm, 13-16 April 1990. I really wish I had used a better camera back then.
Randers Demo Party in 1989
Here are most of the pictures I took at the Dominators/Upfront/Trilogy party in Randers, 26-30 December 1989. It was probably the best of the demo parties I was part of in the oldskool days.
Computer Den in 1995
This is a small gallery of my “computer den” at my parents place in 1995, just prior to moving into my own apartment in Vangede – where I’m still living at the time of typing these letters.
So this is where it all started and ended on the Commodore 64. Where I created my music editors on both the C64 and AdLib on the PC, and where I composed most of my chiptunes.
Again, I apologize for the potato quality. It was a really lousy camera.
Here’s a collection of photos from 1988 to 1999 of various oldskool computer freaks, including yours truly. I apologize for the potato quality of the earlier ones – both my camera and my scanner at the time sucked.
People who know me would probably want me to explain those two last ones. I’ve been overweight most of my life, but around that time I actually managed to lose more than 30 kg.
Too bad it didn’t last long. 🙄