Days at work

Days at work

(Svenska) Fogdö för Permobil …

May 25th, 2018

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(Svenska) Permobil Bordeaux …

April 30th, 2018

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Gynning Design, again …

April 20th, 2018



(Svenska) Kalla för Smile …

April 18th, 2018

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Arrhult …

March 30th, 2018

The superduo Arrhult is releasing new material Superduon Arrhult släpper nytt och ville ha en serie bilder till press- och omslag. Vi plåtade först i studio och sedan i en bowlinghall för lite mer miljöbilder. Blev riktigt nöjd, det blev en skön känsla med blandningen av blixt och sjukt lång exponering. Arkadbilden har lite japan-vibe över sig tycker jag!



(Svenska) Permobil & dynor …

March 20th, 2018

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Gynning Design …

February 22nd, 2018

Last week I shot a bunch of inspiration photos for Gynning Design. We did everything from towels to luggage tags. We also did some portraits of Carolina to be used in various places.

Permobil in Norway …

January 30th, 2018

Went over to Norway to shoot some winter images for Permobil in january. Was a little worried that there wouldn’t be enough snow there! But I can tell you, it was!! Even we had obscene amounts of snow it really went super! We also had a great user as a model that really made the shoot a success!


(Svenska) Box Whisky, exteriörer

January 25th, 2018

I do a whole lot of images for whisky manufacturer Box Distillery. They asked me to make a new exterior image of their distillery in Bjärtrå. And luckily this year is a record year when it comes to snow! I got up on my snowmobile and head out on the frozen river. I got really lucky with the weather, i got everything from full sunshine to beautiful haze! I even got to se some mooses!

Box Whisky on ice!

December 20th, 2017

During the christmas holidays 2017 Box Whisky wanted to do a ad campaign with their whisky Dálvve. The assignment went to their agency Gullers Grupp who came up with the idea of shooting the bottle on a block of ice. Hmmm, how do i get a block big enough?!? Well I went out and bought a big plastic box on wheels, filled it with water and put it in the freezing room at a nearby food store! The day after we picked the ice block up and took it to the studio where I had prepared and pre shoot some to be able to shoot the image before the ice melted too much! The frost on the cap was made with freeze spray!
Of course we could have bought a stock photo of ice and retouched the bottle on it, but thats no fun!! 😀


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