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

 

 

 

I love working with still lifes. The fact that one can create new dimensions with things that would otherwise not belong together is just amazing. The picture above is from a project I did over a year ago. The inspiration was taken directly from the Dutch 1700th century paintings of which I’m childishly fond of. The light, the symbols and the mood it creates.

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Jag älskar att arbeta med stilleben. Det är en enorm möjlighet att kunna skapa nya dimensioner med ting som annars inte hör samman. Bilden ovan är från ett projekt som jag gjorde för över ett år sedan. Inspirationen hämtades direkt från Holländskt 1600talsmåleri som jag är barnsligt förtjust i. Ljuset, symbolerna och stämningen det inger.

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Here are some pictures from a job I did for designer Milan Kosovic. It was a foggy day in Malmo and the studio was ice cold, but when you get to hang out in old industrial premises, I couldn’t be anything but happy! It was a fun day and a wonderful small team. Check out Milans site here