Being a self taught photographer i always brought my camera on all my travels as a musician. It was the perfect travel companion as the music took me to many parts of the world and gave me the opportunity to take photos in many different cultures.  I have a deep love for black & white photography and it was clear for me from the very beginning that my expression was to be monochrome, it was never i choice i made.


As a musician i have worked a lot with dance and i have always been fascinated about the expression and aesthetics of dancers, their way to control their bodies and how they are aware of the body lines in their poses. I started to take photos of dancers that i worked with and i very soon discovered the beauty of dance photography, the way you could paint the bodies of the dancers with light and shadows and almost make them look like sculptures.


1st place winner and Portrait Photographer of the Year at the Minimalist Photography Awards 2022, portrait category.

Winner of Honorable Mention - Minimalist Photography Awards, conceptual category 2019


Winner of Honorable Mention - Monochrome Photo Awards 2018


Ana Pavlova Ballet photography contest,  category winner "Movement" 2017


Dance photo exhibition, The Not Yet Famous Gallery, Stockholm 2017-2018


Höstsalongen, Fotografiska, Stockholm 2017


Movements, dance photo exhibition, The Not Yet Famous Gallery, Stockholm 2016


Feautured photographer in the 36th issue of B&W Minimalism Magazine with a 10-page feature and photo on the front cover.