Rave Review AW20 Published on Nuda paper.
Photography and Video: Kimberly Ihre
Set design: Sara Sjöbäck
Stylist: Maria Barsoum (Link Details)
Stylist ass: Ekaterina Milenskaya
Hair: Karolina Liedberg (Link Details)
Make: Sophia Eriksen ( Link Details)
Modells: Hannes Ferm, Annie Hägg, Blurr
My friend Frida Gustavsson shows her home for me and Nuda paper.
Some photos from a limited edition denim campaign for Weekday stores.
Small campagin for Weekday with Dustin Muchuvitz. Art Direction, casting and photography
A campaign for the jewelry brand Sofia Wiberg. SS20. Art Direction and Photography. Styling Hilda Sandström.
Summer and spring campaign for Germany based – Armedangels. Shoot in a cosy Berlin Apartment.
Photography and Art Direction for Rave Review AW19. Published in Indie magazine.
Portrais of Zara Kjellner, Kajsa Grytt and Alexandra Karpilovski for Bon Magazine.
A story for Sonia Witwitzkas (now a designer at Vetements) graduation collection ‘Limbo’ from Rietweld Academie. Its about daring and the anxiety about aging.
A story I did for All Blues with Jeanette.
Styling Josef Forselius. Hair and Make Sara Eriksson.
Du är död för mig is an exhibition about a heartbreak. For a year I been documenting my life with a camera. The photos together with text messeges between me and my friends/family, screendumps from tinder and notes from my phone tells my story about a year of total confusion, sadness but also love, happiness and friendship. The exhibition took place in my own aparment. Presented by Bad Land.
“You are dead to me” is a story about loss. It’s about time that moves without a linear shape. It’s about how slowly the seconds pass when all you long for is advancement. Where does the sadness belong? It’s an itinerary for all the places grief will take you, broken hearts, after-parties, bathrooms, mothers, dirt and sisters. It’s about close friends having to carry you. A year has passed now. I lost control and I still don’t know if I found my way back. Who I am without it. Who I became without you.
It needs to be over now. I has to be.
Text by Alicia Hansen
Read more in Bon Magazine.