I'm an illustrator, concept, and storyboard artist. My focus lies within creating attractive and communicative visuals.
I'm an ideator, explorer, storyteller, and an overall thinker.
Having graduated as an Informative Illustrator from Mälardalen University, I furthered my knowledge within concept art by taking additioinal courses at Uppsala University and attending
a 4 week Imaginism Workshop in Montreal.
I am a highly motivated, positive and versatile team-member. I always speak my mind, share ideas and put heart into everything I do.
I have produced visuals for a wide variety of projects, which include
environment and prop concepts for a game that was being developed by Effekt By Gaia,
character concepts and a short educational comic for Stoppasabbet.se, storyboard-sequences for Dubai Municipality's TV campaign (promoting healthy eating), a highly-graphic
and fun 2014 annual report for PACES, and a series of short animations promoting Earth Hour for Saba Consultants.
For a full list of projects, please visit my projects page.
Besides working, I enjoy walking my two miniature schnauzers, experimenting with new ways to bake gluten-free pastries,
and going on trips with a sketch-group that I help manage.
My standards define my work, and in everything I do, I prioritise these values.
“Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.”
- Edward De Bono
“Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.”
“A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.”
- Dalai Lama
What's your work process?
Each type of project should have a unique process that suits it's needs. Most projects however can include these standard steps
How long does it take to complete a project?
It depends on the nature of the project. A 1 minute animation might take up to 1 to 3 weeks, while designing and painting a character
as little as 3 to 4 days. But on average, a few days excluding the time it takes to get approvals and feedback.
What is an Informative Illustration?
An informative illustration is a visual that is specifically created to tell
people about something and help them understand it without having to spend too much of their valuable time. It is a visual with
an essence– to deliver a message (a fact, a story, ideas, instructions, plans, and so on).
Informative Illustration is not rocket science, but since it's objective is to deliver information from one side to the other, it does
employ Human-Centered Design– to help ensure that the product is in fact relevant to the audience and circumstances it was
View IDEO's creative
and playful animation that explains what HCD is.
What tools and media do you use?
Anything and every thing that should be used– Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Maya, InDesign, watercolors, a camera, etc.
Whatever the project requires.
How was this website built?
It was designed, themed and developed using Drupal 7, html, css, and php by yours truly.