I'm a Swedish creative technologist and interactive developer living in Berlin since 2012, working as a freelancer since 2013 (registered in Germany).
I attended the renowned Swedish creative business school Hyper Island, and have been working professionally in the advertisement industry since 2006, with full-time positions at digital studios such as Delete London, North Kingdom and ACNE, in London, Stockholm and Berlin.
I've been working as a creative technologist and/or lead developer on award-winning projects of all shapes and sizes for a multitude of clients in Europe and the US such as Netflix, adidas, H&M, IKEA, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, General Electrics, the Swedish Armed Forces and Bang & Olufsen.
My philosophy is to put humans as opposed to technology in the centre of attention, and for that reason I apply a pragmatic, UX-focused "end-user-first" approach to every project I’m involved in. I have a deep understanding of programming for the web and a documented ability to ship maintainable, top quality code in highly pressured situations.
Full-stack developer specialised in cutting edge front-end technologies such as ReactJS. Recurring clients in Europe and the US includes world-famous agencies ACNE, B-Reel and Your Majesty for triple-A end clients such as Netflix, Mercedes-Benz, H&M, BMW, IKEA, Bang & Olufsen and Zalando.
Leading role in strategic, conceptual and technical development of globally launched digital campaigns for adidas fashion brands adidas Y-3, adidas SLVR, adidas NEO and Porsche Design Sport.
Leading developer roles for H&M's global Christmas campaign of 2011 and the worldwide launch campaign site of H&M's collaboration with David Beckham (David Beckham Bodywear)
ActionScript development on projects for Tele2, General Electric, Scania and the Swedish Armed Forces.
Back- and front-end development for GANT, the Swedish State Railways (SJ) and OKQ8
Digital Media programme with specialisation in graphic design.
Natural Science programme with focus on electronics, computer science and programming.