I dusted off these two pictures from my trip to Hong Kong in 2008. I’m preparing some albums that will be displayed here in a near future.
On a job for Metro.
A cover shoot for the swedish finance magazine called Upphandling24.
A curious boy watching us singing and drinking beer at the beach. It was a great and typical swedish summer night.
Even though it may look like this photo is taken from in deepest trash-blocks of Russia it’s just an empty field in Sweden.
We where spinning like crazy inside of those teacups. I barely managed to hold my camera but captured this shot of Kim.
Apparently you’re not allowed to photograph cops in Shanghai. Even though I did so I couldn’t help to burst into a giant smile which luckily was contagious since the coppers also smiled. Good fun.
A shot from the hip of a woman making a fire. I just like this picture.
The best portrait of China that I took. Favorited.
This is how parents get some own-time in Ningbo, China.
A music teacher demonstrating classic Chinese instruments. Amazing.
Taken outside the Ningbo University. The contrasts in China is remarkable. On one side you have trash and slum on the other side there’s skyscrapers and wealth.
Taken outside the Ningbo University. The contrasts in China is remarkable. One on side you have trash and slum on the other side there’s skyscrapers and wealth.
The local band Blinding Lights showing of one of their songs while I’m shooting for the local news paper.
This is my all-time favorite. I shot this in Australia 2006, on our way to Daintree Forest where we made a stop to say hi to some animals in a shelter. I fell in love with Australia.