I have always loved the ocean and what is hidden under the surface. When I was 12 years old, I took my first dive certificate; PADI Junior Open Water Diver. I dived a couple of times in the following years and then took a long break. In 2013 I started to dive again. It is my primary interest that brings a lot of joy to my life. Since then, I have taken several dive certificates. Today I'm a PADI Divemaster, continuously go on dive trips and spend 6 months abroad and around world every year. I worked as an underwater photographer, been published and had a photo exhibition. The photos are some moments from my journey in the sea.
Dive Certificats - PADI:
Dry Suit Diver
Advanced Open Water Diver
Open Water Diver
Ikelite Underwater housing
Sea & Sea YS03 Underwater flashes
Visited Dive Destinations:
2020 Thailand - (Koh Lanta, Koh Ngai, Koh Lipe january to march)
2019 Thailand - (Phi Phi Islands, Aonang, Koh Lanta march, august-december)
2018 - Thailand - (Similan Islands Liveaboard & Phuket), Spain (Island of Gran Canaria), Egypt (Port Ghalib)
2017 - Spain (Island El Hierro), Maldives (Liveaboard: Best of Maldive & Island of Hamimaadhoo), Egypt (Port Ghalib)
2016 - Spain (Cabo de Palos/Isla Hormigas), Egypt (El Gouna)
2015 - Turkey (Icmeler), Greece (Sivota), Egypt (Marsa Alam)
2014 - Spain (Medes Islands),
2013 - Croatia (Rogoznica), Germany (Naturagart)
1984 -2017 - Sweden, Israel (Eilat) & Cyprus
Publications, Exhibitions and UW-photo work:
February 2020 - Photo of Moray Eel in "The Scandinavian Dive Site NetMagazine No. 52 February" - My Instagram profile/account are featured and recommended as the Instagram profile of the month
Work: Underwater photographer (and some Divemaster work) in Thailand August 2019 - January 2020
Exhibition: What can you meet under the surface - 19-20 maj 2018 - Stockholm
Photo Contests: 5.e prize (with the photo "Inside a school of Mackerels") - 100 competing photos from Sweden & Denmark in the Photo Contest "Summer with DIVE 2018 - The Scandinavian Dive Site".
Gianat Manta Rays, Bottlenose Dolphins, Spinner Dolphins, Seacow/Dugongs, Zebra Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Grey Reef Sharks, Blacktip Reef Sharks, Whitetip Reef Sharks, Turtles, Stingrays, Devils Rays, Napoleonfish, Barracudas, Muray Eels, Groupers, Schools of Fish, Banded Sea Snake.
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