Christian is a Swedish photographer and videographer, based in Stockholm. He has a background as a photojournalist working for newspapers, magazines and NGO's, documenting a variety of armed conflicts, environmental and social issues. He also shoots commercial and editorial photography, capturing life’s moments with a twist.
2016 - PDN World in Focus, 2016 - PDN Photo Annual 2016, 2016 - Environmental Photographer Of The Year 2016, 2016 - Sony World Photography Awards, 2016 - IPA, International Photography Awards, 2013 - Winner of Sony World Photography Awards, 2012 - PDN Photo Annual 2012
- Breaking news
- RC aerial
- Video capture
Naoto Kan visiting Fukushima Daiichi
Naoto Kan, the Prime Minister of Japan at the time of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident sailing passed the destroyed nuclear plant, on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the nuclear accident.
The former Prime Minister declares that the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi is not over, including major threats from contaminated water from the site; restated his opposition to nuclear power in Japan, and called for its energy policy in Japan to be based on renewable energy.
Fukushima - 5 years later
The destroyed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, five years after the accident. The crisis is still ongoing with discharges of radioactive water going into the groundwater and the ocean. The disaster forced 160,000 people to flee their homes and 100,000 are still today displaced because of the high levels of radiation.
10 May 2015 - Iranian soldier looking at the Anti-American propaganda mural with an interpretation of the Statue of Liberty, at the former US Embassy 'Den of Espionage', on Talaqani Street in Tehran. The former US embassy is where the 1953 coup that brought down Mohammad Mossadegh was orchestrated. During the Islamic revolution 1979, students who feared a repeat coup stormed the embassy and held 52 diplomats hostage for 444 days.