The studio

You are very welcome to my newly built studio that lies beside my home. My studio is located in my lovely 2000 square meter garden that offers wonderful locations for shooting outdoors as well as in the studio! As the weeks pass in May and June the garden offers a variety of blooms in turn for lovely portraits and family pictures.

I have an exclusive range of neutral studio backgrounds so it’s easy to find something to suit your style, home and taste. There is also a lovely selection of both antique and modern props to sit on or play with to create unique portraits without the props taking over

Here are some instruction of how to find my studio and where to park:


Who am I?

I’ll write in English since I am English (and Swedish). I met my Swede, my Olof, in 2001 in Geneva where we were both studying. We lived in London for a couple of years after that and then moved to Stockholm in May 2005. We got married in 2007 and we have 2 children who were born in 2009 and 2011.

Those of you reading here looking for a children’s photographer know that as a mum, my time is pretty much taken up with my family… that and running my business. My parents are of course abroad and Olof’s are in Skåne so our free time is planned to spend time with them. 

As a family we like to be active and love to ski/snowboard in the winter, get out iceskating, walking in the forest. We also love orientering together and look forward to tuesday trainings followed by soup! 

I’m celiac (gluten intolelrant) so I am always on the look out for nice bread or gluten free recipes for all things fika. 

My photography story

I was as specialist medical physicist at Karolinska University Hospital (Huddinge) working with radiation safety and medical imaging (mostly MRI). Photography had long been an active hobby and after the birth of my son I started my photography business. I started out in 2010, working weekends during the summer and autumn when my husband came home from work. Between my 2 children I tried to balance running my photography business from home 2 days a week while I continued working at the hospital but realised that my heart and mind was in photography and no longer in physics. 

I opened my studio in December 2012 and have been working solely with photography since then.

It’s been a very eventful few years and I have loved every minute! I get to meet so many different people, young and old from all over the world. I may work alone 80% of the time but I have a very sociable time at work! I love photographing babies and then seeing them again a few month later for their 1 year session. I can see how much they’ve changed, their hair growth, they’ve got teeth and started to walk. Oftentimes I get to meet them again a couple of years later when they’ve become a big brother to a baby sister. It’s a wonderful experience to document these times for all my families. 

I have the best job in the world!



I love to teach and share my knowledge. One of the best parts of my job as a medical physicist was supervising masters students in their 6-month projects. Now after a few years as a photographer I can do the same in my new field and I love it. I've been teaching childrens photography and mentoring in the business of photography to photogaphers in Sweden, Norway and Finland! 

Photography CV

I have naturally taken time to study and gain my photography qualifications:

2017 – I am a finalist in the Portrait category of the European Photogrpaher of the year! This means I have a top 10 placing and in April I will go to Sicily and find out the result!

Since November 2016 I hold the titel Qualified European Photographer – Portrait (QEP) as issued by the Federation of European Photographers. I am the 3rd person in Sweden to gain this titel. I can’t explain how I felt when I saw the results announced. I think I was more nervous waiting for the results, and am more proud at the result, than when I got my PhD!

In 2015 I qualified as Certified Portrait Photographer (Svenska FotoGruppen).

In 2014 I qualified as a European Photographer (Federation of European Photographers)

Since April 2015, I have been the President of Svenska FotoGruppen, Swedens branch organisation for professional portrait photographers.



Competing for me is way to continually motivate my development as a photographer. There are always new lighting and editing techniques to learn, new equipment to get to grips with and new ways of seeing light and how I might use it for my message. With goals for competition I stretch my reportoir of techniques in ways I might not otherwise dare.

For the last 7 years I have entered the Swedish Portrait Photography Championships and every year have come home with several awards including 3 top 3 placings (SM Guld, Silver and Bronze in different categories).

Both 2017 and 2019 I was a finalist in European Photographer of the year in the Portrait category!

During the past 3 years I have also judged competitions and qualifications for the Swedish Society of Portrait Photography, Federation of European Photographers (of course not while I compete myself).