This is a new image I made for the Swiss company Clienia, building bridges together. In collaboration with Ammarkt we developed an idea of two people building a bridge over a river in a Swiss village. I went to Switzerland to photograph the background and photographed the models and car as well as the building blocks in Prague. Below you can see a behind the scenes video of how it came together.
This is a new campaign I've worked on together with Townhouse for Nexium 24h. The idea was to create two images, one with a man floating hight above a city submerged in clouds and the other a woman looking out over a city from the top of a pizza tower.
As I wanted the scenes to look realistic, an important part of creating these images was to shoot as much as possible for real. I worked with my team here in Prague to build a real tower of pizzas in smaller scale and to create a cloud like environment to place the man in. See how it was made in the video below:
In 2016 I was commissioned a project for the Swedish construction company NCC on the topic "Beyond Construction". Together with the advertisement agency Garbergs we worked out six different concepts to highlight the different areas in which NCC is working. The images were used for print and web throughout Scandinavia. In the video below you can see how one of the photos were made.
An image created for The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation (Barncancerfonden). By supporting cancer research more children can survive and fulfill their dreams, like for example reading all the books in the world.
Julia suffered from leukemia at age of two. Now the treatment is completed, and Julia is back with her friends at the kindergarten. When Julia was two years old she was diagnosed with leukemia. Her parents Adriana and Magnus and big brother, Gustav, had just moved to Alingsås, Sweden when life turned. There are no words to describe such a situation. But how inhumanely overwhelming things may seem, there is hope. Despite the difficult circumstances, she has been an incredible fighter. With your help increase the chance that their lives will be filled with many more wonderful experiences and memories!
The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to collecting money to prevent and combat cancer diseases in children. The Childhood Cancer Foundation operates exclusively on the basis of donations from individuals and the private sector, and receives no grants from the national government, the municipalities or the county councils. Everyone involved worked for free on this project. Find out more about The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation here: www.barncancerfonden.se
From October 2014 until the end of 2014 this photo was available to buy in my print shop on inprnt.com where all the money including the print cost would go to The Childhood Cancer Foundation. We sold a total of 39 prints and raised $ 3840 USD. Thank you all for the support!
Due to more people asking for the print it's once more up in the shop and 50% of the sale price will be donated to the organization: Buy Print
Stylist: Catherine Vaindorf
Stylist Assistant: Evelina Engström
Photo Assistant: Vincent Sjögren
Advertisment Agency: Ingo, Sweden
Volvo Art Session is a unique live art project taking place in Zurich’s main railway station. The event features selected Swiss and international artists. I created 3 anamorphic illusions for this event. See the result in the video and images below, for more info about volvo art session check out their website: www.volvoartsession.com
See more images from the event in the portfolio.
Last Monday I did some live retouching of people waiting at a bus stop in Sweden. The event is part of the upcoming CreativeDay in Stockholm on Tuesday. I’m also invited as a speaker to the event and the talk will be available Live online on Tuesday here: http://www.adobecreativedays.com/
But first have a look at the result of the Photoshop prank below