Last week, Emma Fexeus and I visited Dry Creative Projects in their beautiful studio. They also run a webshop with an exquisite mix of great prints and carefully selected handmade stuff under the name DRY Things. These are a few of all the photos I shot during our visit.
Thanks a lot to Jenny and Johan for letting us roam freely and moving people around while they where busy creating nice things.
For all the magazine editors out there, let me know if you’re interested in this feature and I’ll send you a contact sheet.
These photos are from the magazine Lantliv, issue 2/2014. The excellent styling was made by Cia Wedin and her assistent Sanna Mattson. I would also like to thank my assistent, and fellow photographer Mariette Svensson for a job well done.
Back in september I shot the italian menswear store Gabucci together with stylist and journalist Cia Wedin for blogzine Scandimood. We documented the store and also interviewed the owner Bob and the interior architects that also made much of the furniture, Broberg & Ridderstråle. These photos are a mixture of picks and outtakes.
My photos from Landet Järna have been spread all over the world by now. Both on blogs and in printed magazines, and I’m very thankful and a bit shocked about all the attention. So this week I went back to take a portrait of the owners, Johanna and Maria. You guys run a unique and beautiful business!
Me and Emma visited this little florist in Hornstull last week. They’ve created their own little niche by specialising in wild flowers and nice arrangements. I like how every little detail is so tiny and minimalistic, but together they turn into maximalism.
Some outtakes from a shoot I did with Emma Fexeus (from Emmas designblogg) last week. We met up with nice guy extraordinaire Karl-Erik Jagare in his rough but warm little antiquarian specialising in photobooks. I had a great time and it was really fun to finally meet and work with Emma in real life.
I just did my first hair/fashion shoot ever and I had a lot of fun. We caught the last rays of the sun in a little pavilion at Hagaparken and I managed to work with only one golden reflector.
The three professionals that made this happen were the excellent hair stylist Anna-Lena Svensson, the super-dope make-up designer Madeleine Törnqvist af Ström and the great hair and face belongs to Catrin Törnqvist.