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-renowned 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)
Back- and front-end development for GANT, the Swedish State Railways (SJ) and OKQ8
ActionScript development on projects for Tele2, General Electric, Scania and the Swedish Armed Forces.
Digital Media programme with specialisation in graphic design.
Natural Science programme with focus on electronics, computer science and programming.