An incurable curiosity about the human being is perhaps the main reason why I become a photographer. My customers are mostly newspapers, magazines and advertecing agencies. In addition to freelancing I work with photo books, exhibitions and long-term projects in Sweden and abroad. I use to travel around the world together with my journalist colleague Maria Hagstrom where we feature articles on assignment for various magazines. I also hold lectures and workshops on iphonephotography. During the summers, I work as a photographer and photo editor at Swedish Television and Swedish Radio. I am always open for new collaborations, so please feel free to contact me!
2016 - Swedish Authors' Fund, 2012 - PP Pensions' Photo Contest, 2012 - Swedish Authors' Fund, 2012 - Association of Swedish Professional Photographers, 2005 - Scanpix Photo Prize nominee
- Breaking news
Niranjan Joarder (age 80) is standing on the place where his former house was built.
"My son was coming home running from the fish farm and behind him there was a tidal wave 15-20 feet high", he describes the horrible event when the cyclone Aila hit the area 25/5-2009."
"My son rushed into the home, cried out, and took me and his mother and we started to run for the shelter but were swept away before reaching it."