Highlights of 2018

The end of december is quickly approaching, and it is time to look back at the year that has passed, and summarise. I have been looking for a new apartment for a while, and this year I found a bigger one. Long story short, the previous owner had lived there for more than 40 years, so I have been spending a lot of my time renovating but hopefully it will be done in a few months.

I have also had the opportunity to do a lot of fun photography with some amazing dancers this year, and also do a bit of travelling. Here are some highlights from the year of 2018, if you click on a photo it takes you to the corresponding blog post.

I visited Paris in Januari and got a chance to photograph at several iconic places in the city. Here Hannah Copeland at the Louvre
In March I had the opportunity to photograph Pole SM. Here Slava Ruza.
Last year a group of colleagues from work went to Öland, and this year we travelled to Tallin. I got up really early while the rest of the people where sleeping to do a ballet photoshoot. Here Angelina Shipulina in the Old Town of Talling.
Moa Andreasson at Bergianska Trädgården.
Isabella Larsson at Hammarby Sjöstad.
Rafael San Martin and María Alegría Gutiérrez in Cambridge.
Hannah Taylor at Trinity May Ball.
Isabella Larsson outside Royal Institute of Technology.
Sara Larsson at Knappelskärsgrottan.
Elin Karlsson not far from Björkviks brygga.
Sara Larsson at Tranebergsbron.
Daniel Goldsmith at Hamra Grustag.
Nora Ekman in Haga parken.
Athena Nesti at Karlaplan.
Ida at Ulriksdal’s Palace.
Sara Larsson
Jacqueline Sogell at KTH R1.
Emilia Fridholm, Sunrise at Gärdet.
Rio Morisawa in Tokyo.
Jane Crow in Tokyo.
Inka Keränen in Gamla Stan.
Yarden Zana and Martina Dall’Asta in Vienna.

A big thank you to all the dancers, and everyone else that participated in my photoshoots this year. It has been so much fun! Looking forward to see what 2019 has in store!

— Johannes

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