Photography is important part of my life, both as a day job and as a hobby. During my entire photographic career I explored nature photography in all its varieties: wildlife and landscape, macrophotography and photomicrography. At present, I work in such specialized areas as photography of UV-induced visible fluorescence, reflected ultraviolet and multispectral photography.
Exhibitions: Most recent photo exhibition AgNO3 – Histories of Science and Photography (Landskrona Museum, Sweden, June 2016 – January 2017) displays several of my photographs on UV-induced visible fluorescence, reflected ultraviolet and whole-drawer imaging.
Competitions: 2014 Olympus BioScapes Competition (7th prize and honourable mention); 2015 Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition (shortlisted), 2013 Sony World Photography Award, Open Competition, Nature and Wildlife (commended).
Publications: Featured in Plant: Exploring the Botanical World published by Phaidon Press. Glödande Blommor published in Swedish nature photography magazine Camera Natura. This gallery also hosts my article on Ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence photography.
Picture use: My photographs are available for scientific or educational purpose (non for profit), and were used by researchers and journalists to popularize science in the Squirrells of the World (2012, The John Hopkins University Press); Wildlife Australia (2013, Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland); The Reason for Flowers (2015, Scribner); The Australian Beekeeping Manual (2015, Exisle Publishing); World of the Birds, and other publications and web sites. If you want to use my pictures, please contact me directly or by adding a comment to the photo you are interested in and I will be delighted to help you.
Prints: My gallery is not set up for print ordering, but it does not mean that that I do not sell prints. If you are interested to purchase a print from me – please contact me directly. I can print custom sizes on several types of archival quality paper using one of the best printing labs in Stockholm. All prints are individually signed.