When the ones you love the most dies, your home is filled with flowers. Then the flowers die.
This is me trying to let go.
This is me, mourning.
Ongoing since 2006
Walkabout is the name of the aboriginal rite of passage. It involves a stay in the wild that can last for weeks. The first photographs taken in this series started an exploration of myself, a stay in my inner wilderness. A life long journey without departure or arrival. A constant ongoing project.
As a photographer I have been invited to eternalize all kinds of festivities through the years. This is my best of.
To all you beautiful people in this series, thank you!
If you find yourself in these photographs and like it, let me know and I will send you a fine art print. If you find yourself and don´t like what you see, let me know and I will remove you.
The days I have spent with this man, photographing while he is making his wine, is among the best days ever. Thank you Mr S.
Tuscany 2010 and 2011.
My best friends wedding
Rikkard & Adina forever love.
Painted by someones hand and buried in ashes year 79 A.D. Photographed by me in 2009. What time and chance can do.
Terreno in Tuscany
I have a friend on the hills of Tuscany. To have that. To be there. Work and play. The biggest smiles and best lunches.
An assignment to document the manufacturing process of the worlds most premium Shisha. A journey that took me from the Sami people in the northernest parts of Sweden, the ceramics factory of Nittsjö in Dalarna, down to the the metal workshops of Gothenburg and the glassworks of Småland in southern Sweden.
The residence of Axel Munthe and his wife Hilda in Leksand, Sweden
Assignment to document and photograph stages of demolition, construction site and building of a shopping block. Documentation of the build up, portraits of the people involved and finally the commercial images for marketing.
-itchy in a good way.
A man in a bar in Reykjavik tells me how it will feel to swim in the lagoons of Island. Going there in the aftermath of a collapsing bank industry in 2010, cold skin, electric hair, drinks until morning, no tomorrow mentality blended with an enchanted surreal nature made everything about Island feel a little itchy, but in a good way.