Category: Stockholm

March 24, 2017 / / Dance

This might be among one of the fastest organised photoshoots I have done here in Stockholm. Helle Carlstedt messaged me on Wednesday evening, and we were out shooting on Thursday evening right after work. Why the…

March 22, 2017 / / Dance

I met up with Alexandra Mellin and her friend Isabella Brignoli for a dance inspired photoshoot this past weekend. There is an old concrete water tower in Lill-Jansskogen that we thought might be a nice…

March 20, 2017 / / Dance

Yesterday afternoon I met up with Anna Valfsson and Vecislavs Ruza for a pole dance photoshoot at North Pole Studio in Stockholm. When I arrived they were already there preparing their choreography, and they had planned a…

March 4, 2017 / / Dance

Swedish Championships in Pole Dancing just took place today at Fryshuset in Stockholm in front of a live audience, and streamed online. Vida Pole was represented by Anna Valfsson, Therese Larsson and Alexandra Mellin. I…

January 30, 2017 / / Dance

Yesterday Natalie Petrov and Nora Ullert joined me for a dance photoshoot at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. For those that do not know the motto of the university is “Science and Art”, very…

January 15, 2017 / / Dance

Tilda Kristiansson and I did a photoshoot at the Royal Institute of Technology today. There are some really nice windows there which are great for photographing. Turns out the post-Christmas exam period was still running,…

January 4, 2017 / / Family

Jonathan’s daughters were visiting my parents here in Stockholm for a few days. Coming to Stockholm is always an adventure for them, and doing so without their parents probably made it even more exciting. I…

December 30, 2016 / / Family

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December 11, 2016 / / Dance

A little snow is no show stopper when you live in Stockholm. In fact we actually postponed the photoshoot a week, in hopes of getting more snow. Today I met up with Viktoria Larsson and…

September 21, 2016 / / Photography

In Sweden we have a tradition with student spex, theatre with slapstick comedy where the audience participates by shouting “omstart” (restart), “på tyska” (in German), “blodigare” (bloodier), “skyldigare” (more guilty) and other helpful cues, asking…