About Me

Born in Sweden. Living and working in London, UK.

I'm a visual artist working with photography and filmmaking. I often collaborate closely with dancers and circus artists and draw inspiration from the human form, nature and modernist architecture.

My first book Undisclosed about the inspiring and physical work of circus artists was published in 2011. Since then I have exhibited internationally and I have had solo shows in the UK, the Netherlands, Canada and the US as well as being featured in several prominent group shows. In 2014, I was commissioned by the Roundhouse to present Luminescence, a site-specific exhibition which was supported by public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

In 2015, I published my second book Naturally, a project featuring male dancing figures in other worldly landscapes. My short film Bromance was commissioned by NOWNESS and screened at the London Short Film Festival in 2016. My work has been featured in Creative Review, The Huffington Postand Kinfolk among others.

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Curriculum Vitae

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Nov 2015Cielo, perro-lobo, GuatePhoto Festival, National Museum of Archeology — Guatemala City
  • April 2015The Male Figure, Maison de Maitre — Brussels
  • Sept 2014 — Feb 2015Sounds of Silence, CODA Museum — Apeldoorn
  • Sept 2013Unseen Collection, Unseen Photo Fair — Amsterdam
  • July — Aug 2013Summer Salon, L A Noble Gallery — London
  • May 2013Photo Art Fair, Victoria House — London
  • Sept — Oct 2012FotoGrafia di Roma XI: Work, Museo d’arte contemporanea Roma



  • Naturally picked by Kevin Messina for photo-eye Magazine’s The Best Books of 2015
  • Bromance in official selection for the London Short Film Festival 2016
  • Honourable mention in Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward 2015 awards
  • Luminescence awarded a Grant for the Arts by Arts Council England
  • Undisclosed picked by Kevin Messina for photo-eye Magazine’s The Best Books of 2011