Oh, hi there.
 I'm a Swedish freelance web and graphic designer who loves photography and gaming, which unsurprisingly led me to take photos in games. Who would've thought that was a thing? Now you're probably expecting me to write something long and winding about myself in 3rd person (all important people do that, no?), but that's not really happening.
I got my first camera when I was 15. Back then you had to make every shot count because film was expensive, and I vividly remember taking pictures of my sister making ugly faces, my best friend's feet, and my sister running really fast, or jumping really high. I think motion blur was my specialty.
Many years (and cameras) later my interest in photography sparked again and I bought my first DSLR camera. No more casually snapping pictures on holidays; it was time to get serious (*game-face on*).


When I grew tired of exploring the same streets with my camera I found comfort in exploring my favorite video game worlds, which presented more opportunities with my virtual camera than my small town ever could. Now I can't wait for the world to end.*
*I'm a huge fan of post-apocalyptic games.

In-game photography

The game that started it all: Skyrim
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
“The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don’t have to explain things with words.”
— Elliott Erwitt
You can find out more about me and what I do here.
Features & Interviews
Pixel Perfect interview on everyeye.it
(English translation available at the bottom of the page.)
A selection of my photos is available for licensing on Getty Images.
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