In 2014, I graduated from Sätergläntan’s institute for sloyd and crafts in wood.

Since then I have been experimenting with the elements a lot. Fire, water and soil gives the wood different color tones with time. I basically put the wood into a fire, place it into a lake, maybe a ditch or simply dig it down into the ground. Then I wait for the right look. The surface is affected in various ways. Different tones, colors and shades are formed, small damage, blemishes and scars appears which is part of the expression. A kind of natural surface treatment. Then I use nothing but ax and knife to create different shapes.

I have chosen to keep everything very simple. No machines, no electricity = I can be anywhere doing this = free = happy. Not having so many choices has been good for me. I have to use what I have nearby. I try to keep my intuition as much as I can.

I split my time between Stockholm and Tångeråsa in Sweden. Tångeråsa is located in the countryside. There I have an old farm and some forest. I love the opposites between the countryside and the city, the calmness and the metropolitan puls. I need them both for my temper. In Tångeråsa I do all the rough work like taking down trees, chop them into smaller pieces, decide which parts of the tree are interesting, dry the wood properly, process the objects in different ways and so on. I play around a lot. Back in Stockholm I basically finish the work, I seem to be a bit more concentrated there.

Why wood? Well, for me it is a pretty hardcore material in a way. When you carve in wood there is no return of what you have done. Perfect. I guess that I always liked pieces with some kind of defect. Mostly the form depends on the figure of a branch or a tree, but quite often also by making a mistake or an unexpected action. A crack or a hidden twig can make my day, sometimes not. Although lately I have been working with some straight lines as well. Maybe it’s that thing about opposites.. Choosing pieces is very random actually. I use whatever I have. In the end I would like the experience of my objects to remind us of the handmade. Each object with its own history, with respect for nature and commodity, with a sensitive and poetic context.


Radnor, New York, USA

Emil, Milan, Italy

Ryoko, Berlin, Germany (sold out)

Maud and Mabel, London, Great Britain



COLLECT in London February 2024 hosted by Maud and Mabel



Exhibition CRAFTED BY NATURE, Radnor, New York

Spoon collection at Ryoko, Berlin

Spoon collection at Emil, Milan, Italy

Spoon collection at Maud and Mabel, London


Spoon collection at Radnor, New York

Exhibition THE GLADE, Konsthantverkscentrum, Stockholm

Artist in residence, Lofsdalen, Sweden

Exhibition THE GLADE, Southern Sweden design days, Malmö

Spoon collection at Maud and Mabel, London

Spoon collection at Emil, Milan, Italy


Exhibition WEAVING NATURE, Ameni, Milan, Italy

Exhibition KOGARASHI, Maud and Mabel, London

Exhibition RADICAL CRAFT 3, Direktorenhaus, Museum for Art, Crafts and Design, Berlin

Spoon collection at Radnor, New York

Exhibition at Gustavsbergs konsthall, Sweden


Exhibition SCANDINAVIAN ELEMENTS, Maud and Mabel, London

Spoon collection at Radnor, New York


Exhibition IN THE DARKNESS OF THE FOREST, Virserums konsthall, Sweden

Exhibition at Gustavsbergs konsthall, Sweden

Exhibition at Espace Bertrand Grimont, Paris

Spoon collection at Janaki Larsen Studio, Vancouver, Canada

Spoon collection at Radnor, New York

Exhibition ”ANIMISM”, Formex by Lidewij Edelkoort,Stockholm

Spoon collection at London design festival with The cold press


Spoon collection at Garde, Summerland, USA

Exhibition with spoons at Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark

Exhibition PLATE UP with Devon guild of craftsmen, England

Spoon collection, Daniel Berlin restaurant, Sweden

Spoon collection, Agrikultur restaurant, Sweden

Exhibition TRÄ ART, Kulturgatan, Bodafors, Sweden

Nominated for the Swedish Design Awards

Exhibition MATERIAL INTERIORS, with Radnor at The Bryant, New York

Spoon collection at Die Remise, Hamburg, Germany


Spoon collection at Rachel Comey, New York + Los Angeles

Exhibition at The cold press, Norwich, England


Spoon collection at London Design Fair with The cold press

Exhibition TRÄ ART, Kulturgatan, Bodafors, Sweden

Spoon collection at Garde, Los Angeles

Sculpture BRALLAN at Liljevalchs vårsalong, Stockholm


London design fair with The cold press

Helsinki Habitare interior fair with Asun magazine and Finnish Design shop

Exhibition NORDIC ME at Formex, Stockholm

Exhibition at konstfrämjandet Bergslagen, Örebro, Sweden


Exhibition HANDMADE ISSUES, Kulturhuset, Stockholm

Spoon collection, Oaxen restaurant, Sweden

Exhibition HARDWARE, Art Lab, Gnesta, Sweden

Spoon collection, Fäviken Magasinet restaurant, Sweden

Sculpture ”BEN” at Liljevalchs vårsalong, Stockholm

2013 – 2014

Woodwork education at Sätergläntan institute of crafts, Sweden