I am a biologist, photographer and expedition leader based in Stockholm, Sweden. After finishing the Swedish military service in the Navy Marines, I worked from field camps deep into the Amazon rainforest, where I carried out conservation assessments and bird surveys for NGOs. This experience led me to return home to Sweden, where I earned an Honours Degree in Biology at Lund University, followed by an MSc degree in Ecology divided between Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre in Canada and Lund University.
I am an avid birder and botanist. I have been involved with several research projects focusing on seabird ecology and conservation on islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, New Zealand, and Antarctica. Check out my current work and published research in the menu bar to download some of my publications.
Besides research and conservation management, I am fortunate to bring travellers to explore the incredible flora and fauna on the Arctic tundra, the Amazon rainforest, the Island of South Georgia and Antarctica. I believe that every animal and plant has a unique story to tell, and my vision as a guide and expedition leader is not only to show the raw beauty of the wildlife we encounter but also to share these stories.
I'm convinced that science, tourism and conservation go hand in hand. I have, for this reason, put together this website to share my research progress and my passion for conservation and photography. Feel free to contact me if you like my photography, want to join me on an expedition, or discuss wildlife conservation.
This is a short video about birdwatching in Antarctica made in collaboration with