With nature, with solitude we can connect ....


This Fine Art project, "Searching with Solitude" is my personal  introspective on the importance of staying in contact with nature and the space and freedom it can provide. These photographs, taken in a variety of locations in Sweden with and without people, aims to reveal a stillness and tranquility that creates a feeling of solitude.

I beleive solitude is important, it allows us time to search within ourselves, to reconnect to who we are and the many aspects and sides of ourselves that may get hidden or lost as we live our busy distracting lives. Helping us to reflect, to plan and focus on the important moments in our lives.

This project "Searching with Solitude" was initially started in 1998, soon after I moved to Sweden. Impressed by both the beautiful landscapes, consisting of numerous lakes and forests and the love and respect Swedish people have for their countries nature. As a photographer, I wanted to capture with my camera the joy and excitement of being in this new wonderful country.

As I continued to work on this project with my large format camera, which can be a slow process without the pressure of time and everyday distractions I felt calm, relaxed and able to think clearly about life and my emotions.

Nature can stimulate our senses and affect us in many ways. Genetically embedded within us all is a strong link to nature, by being close to nature in moments of solitude we are able to connect to ourselves.

These images, which represent just a part of my collection of work, have been taken in locations that are both remote and where man interacts with the landscape. Contrasting nature with man-made structures. 

I select locations not because they have exceptional beauty but because they interest me or have a personal connection. I aim to  capture with my camera the mood I experienced while being in  locations transcending tranquility, calmness and solitude. Giving me positive feelings that lead to creativity, focus and direction.

The three main sections of this project are LANDSCAPES, PEOPLE & STOCKHOLM. To see these images please go to :-


All the images for this project have been taken using a Linhof 10x8 camera with Tri X black and white film. Scanned and post processed in Photoshop.

Exhibition prints, 100 x 125cm, are printed digitally on Archival photo paper and limited to editions of 5.

Please contact for availability and further information.....