When I started photographing in 1983 my images were depictions without any major reflection but eventually I discovered other motives than the "usual" concrete and began to photograph more abstractly and artistically.
Since the beginning of the 1990s, photography has become more passionate for me and has resulted in several separate, group and jury-assessed exhibitions.
Normally I work outdoors in natural light and without arranging the subject. Through ordinary photo technology with different apertures, shutter speeds and lenses, I try to get my expression.
Everything is set up carefully in place and when I have taken the picture I want it to be more or less finished and not to work more than small adjustments.
I strive for the images to have well-thought-out composition, imaginative forms, colors and patterns that will provide ambiguity, mystery and symbolism.
An attempt to come under the surface and into a feeling that I call "the essence of nature".