Category: Stockholm

February 15, 2019 / / Dance

I took a break from my renovation last weekend and did a photoshoot in my apartment with Tilda Kristiansson. We did some photos in the upper living room, where I have finished painting the walls,…

February 13, 2019 / / Dance

Friday arrived, and the weather forecast promised snowfall during the entire day, so Wilma Ring and I decided to headed out in the evening to photograph. With us we had a pack of sparkles, and…

February 12, 2019 / / Dance

We had a lot of snow falling throughout the day, so I messaged Jacqueline Sogell and we decided to meet up in HumlegĂ„rden for a photoshoot a couple of hours later. The plan was to…

February 10, 2019 / / Family

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February 4, 2019 / / Dance

Nicole Persson graduated from the Royal Swedish School of Ballet last year. She still lives in Stockholm and we had been talking about doing a new photoshoot for some time. Since it is still pretty…

January 13, 2019 / / Dance

I grew up on the north side of Stockholm, and must admit that I do not visit the south parts of Stockholm all that often. Yesterday I did a photoshoot with Olivia Borre and Li…

January 10, 2019 / / Dance

This past Sunday I met up with Nora Ekman for a ballet photoshoot before she headed back to Perm Ballet School for her next semester there. The weather was quite cold, so we decided to…

January 7, 2019 / / Dance

This Saturday was my first photoshoot of 2019, with me was Javier Rojas from the Royal Swedish Ballet. We met up at Gamla Stan, and as we started the cloudy sky opened up, and gave…

December 22, 2018 / / Dance

This morning I met up with Isabelle Ragnarsson at Östermalm’s IP for a figure skating photoshoot. Normally I would bring my regular 50 mm lens, and get close to the action, but this time I…

December 9, 2018 / / Dance

Yesterday I met up with Sofia Navas at FLOW Stockholm for a pole dance photoshoot, hence the blog post name “Sofia, a FLOWer”. We had the entire studio for ourselves, which was great. We could…