A few years ago, it would have been difficult for me to believe if someone had told me that I would have gotten this far by now. This year has been a lot and has come to mean a lot for me, and probably will for a long time. I have started to find a role that I’ve been looking for a long time. Although I have days of pondering, I feel secure within.
One could say this is a tribute to the days that have passed during 2014, I’m very proud of everything I’ve achieved and will always look back and remember. Within me, this is a way to look forward, to the future. I’m looking forward to new challenges, goals to reach, big changes and fun experiences for my business in 2015.
Most fun editorial shoot: The food guide me and journalist Emma von Zeipel made together in Brooklyn in October.
I’m honored to: Have met so many talented, inspirational people who wants to work with me. Let 2015 be a year of great collaborations and success!
Most challenging: Getting a cab in Nice since no one spoke english! I thought I would miss my flight.
I can’t believe: that I moved in to a great daylight studio, directly after graduating photography school.
Something I’d like to change next year: Don’t be afraid to say no to commissions that don’t feel right for me.
What I want to do more of in 2015: Photograph more interesting homes (send me an email if you know, or have, a unique home that you think might be fit for a magazine feature) .
I’m grateful: to live with a man who supports me and my dreams 100%
Best feature: The ice cream job I did together with food stylist Annica Börjesson for one of Swedens biggest dessert magazines. Looking forward to see it printed!
Most emotional: Saying goodbye to Anna, both the first and second time.
Most scary thing: Leaving safety and my new love in Sweden to go to New York, all alone, for three months.
Must fun company shoot: I’m always having a blast when GBG Wrestling enters the studio
Made me feel thankful: When my fellow colleague Rebecka Rynefelt connected me with Scandinav Image Agency. This gesture was incredible and I often stop and think about it, thank you Rebecka.
Most unforgettable: My time in New York working as an assistant for photographer Anna Schori.
I would love to do: More editorial food shoots for magazines.
My favorite quote:
When seeking truth the answer is the road. When seeking wisdom the journey is your home.
Future Islands – Give us the wind