I’m a freelance filmmaker based in Finland. I released my first timelapse-film back in 2013 and have since worked continuously on numerous personal and commercial projects. I am well-experienced in working as one-man-band in the harsh and challenging Arctic conditions as I pursue the perfect visual experience.
In all my years of working on timelapse-photography and seeing my surroundings in a way never seen before, I’ve learned to see the natural world not only through the views that sparked my interest in nature in the first place, but as a place of great importance and perspective. With skills in visual storytelling, I strive to bring about the significance of conservation and reconnecting with nature.
My latest commission work includes visuals for the 65 Oats, the northernmost oat mill in the world and camerawork for Apple TV+ natural history series Earth at Night in Color produced by Offspring Films in 2019. Late 2021 commissions include exhibition material for the Kuopio Cultural History Museum and a video about the effects of climate change in the Inari area for the Sámi Museum Siida, released as part of the new exhibition opened in April 2022.