We headed out for some evening bouldering at Juniskär and in the evening sun we climbed, snacked and laughed. Scoured our legs against the rock and went for a swim.
We needed a breather from the every day life so we rented a cabin and spent a weekend in Järvsö where I went exploring nature in the rain.
In these times when so much is changing nature is what we need. It’s accessible, safe and free and you do not have to travel far to experience magic!
I am now offering personally tailored online photo coaching sessions!
Photography as a tool let’s me get closer to nature, slow down to mindfully explore it and view the world in a new light.
I had you guys ask me photography related questions, and here are my answers!
As a freelance photographer and content creator, here are some freelance work to do from home.
I’ve been working from home for eight years now so today I thought I would share 5 tips to help you staying structured while working from home.
Slow living. A phrase and way of life that has become increasingly popular. But is it more about living intentionally, than slow?
I am finally breaking free with Olympus: By no longer lugging a heavy DSLR around I am free to create more with less! Here’s a guide to my photography gear.
This is a travel guide to Engelberg, a small alpine village that is the ideal destination for a wintertrip with great slopes. friendly people and good food!
Lucerne is a lovely city and a great spot for mountainous day trips. We took a boat to Vitznau and then headed up to Mount Rigi with a cogwheel train.
Lucerne offers amazing mountainous views and is a great place to spend a cozy winter weekend enjoying christmas markets, cheese fondue and glühwein.
Olympus have been around for a long time and they recently turned 100 years. To celebrate this I was invited to Utö together with a…
We spent fall break in Dalarna and together with my friends I went exploring Ärteråsens Fäbodar, one of Swedens largest preserved summer farms.