Short bio, contact information
Most things I like have "DIY" as a common denominator. I dabble in most things where I can point to the result and say "I did that!".
I have always liked 3d, so when I had the chance to start a one-man 3d-department at my latest employer I naturally jumped at the opportunity. Four years later I'm a CGI freelance, working from my farm Kullholen in rural Sweden. My clients are mostly local ad-agencies and businesses who appreciate locally produced homegrown CGI where you can actually have a face-to-face chat with the artist. I've been freelancing for 805 days.
Since much of my work is subject to non-disclosure agreements I can only try to show representative pieces here on my portfolio, but suffice to say there is much more under the surface in my work-folder, everything from large industrial sites in the north sea to the smallest of consumer products. Instead of a thousand images I'm going to concentrate on more in-depth write-ups on commercial projects as well as just posting small personal projects and snapshots.
New portfolio, new language
2017-04-05 I'm translating my page to english and redesigning the whole thing, so bear with me. Get in touch and we'll make beautiful things together!
The day I accidentally went viral
2017-02-16 It looks as though a simple animation I did yesterday has gone "viral", being retweeted by JK Rowling, and appreciated by quite a bunch of people online. I am humbled, and would have spent a lot more than a few hours on this if I knew it was bound for 15 nanoseconds of fame. And I would definitely have put a link to my webpage on it. But c'est la vie, at least people are happy and appreciative of the gif. :)
Anyway, if you would like to contact me regarding this my mail is up top. The deal is that I get credited with a link to my FB page or here, and sent a screenshot or a URL if/once you publish it.
Because I got a lot of questions, I did a little write-up to try to describe this experience:
Click here to read it on LinkedIn