About Me


I have allways 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 a number of dive certificates and travel continously on dive trips around the world. A must for me when I dive is my camera equipment. The photographs in the online shop are some moments from my journey in the sea. 

Dive Certificats (PADI):


Rescue Diver

Dry Suit Diver

Nitrox Diver

Advanced Open Water Diver

Open Water Diver

Camera Equipment:

Sony A6300 (from july 2019) - Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II Camera (earlier photos)

Ikelite Underwater housing

Sea & Sea YS03 Underwater flashes

Visited Dive Destinations:

2020 Thailand - (Koh Lanta)

2019 Thailand - (Phi Phi Islands, Krabi, 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

Exhibitions and UW-photo work:

Working as an underwaterphotographer in Thailand August 2019 - April 2020

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".

Memorable Meetings: 

Gianat Manta Rays, Bottlenose Dolphins, Spinner Dolphins, Seacow/Dugongs, Zebra Shark, 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. 

Number of Dives: