Portraits of Kajsa Grytt for Bon Magazine.
Materials from Living – collections by the second-year fashion students at Beckmans College of Design.
I took a series of photos when Alexandra Karpilovski and Julia Andersen took down Alexandras exhibition at Steinsland Berliner this summer dressed in Julias clothes.
Published in Bon Magazine.
Photos for Ace & Tates new project SUNSET TO SUNRISE — to introduce their tinted lenses.
Photography and Art Direction for HOPE’s Pre Fall Collection. With Asal and Melissa. Styling by Sarah Niklasson.
Photography and Art Direction for HOPE’s Shirt Campaign. With Helin, Lucas and Johanna.
Art Direction and Graphic Design for Nuda Paper nr 2. Nuda Paper is a independent culture magazine from Stockholm. Photo stories, interviews and art covering 151 pages. Photos of the magazine: Frida Vega.
Visual artwork for Anthony Linell/Abdulla Rashim at Berlin Atonal Festival. I’ve filmed nature in a macro format to get a natural and calm movement. Photos by CJ Scott, Helge Mundt and analogs by me.
Art Direction for BOW LABELs second campaign together with Photographer Hedvig Jenning. Published in Metal Magazine.
Under Surveillance – a story I did with Ellen Grace for COEVAL Magazine.
Habib1 / Story for single release
Vinter / cover for 10 år (with Nino Khoury)
Yemi / cover for Inferno
Mih Jeans with Nike and Mathilde
Rosanna/ Eddie and Sarah (with Sarah Niklasson)
Art Direction for H&M lookbook. Campagin images for the site including Divided, H&M Man and Kids.
My Graduation Project at Beckmans College of Design. The project consist the website Typequality.com, a digital platform for discovering and sharing typefaces by women, an exhibition at Beckmans College of Design with of posters of my female role models typed in their own typefaces and a typeface designed by me – Typequality font.
A part of Norm Form exhibition at Ark Des.
Visual identity for Studio Obvious exhibition OBVIOUS. The initiative is a result of an often male-dominated design and craft world where Studio Obvious want women to take up a larger and more obvious space.
Participating in the exhibition Studio 61: Northern Design at the Anchorage Museum in Alaska.