7 Things You (Presumably) Didn't Know About Me

iPhone photography: Gold mosaics from the Golden Hall in Stadshuset

iPhone photography: Gold mosaics from the Golden Hall in Stadshuset

  • I've been a rock musician and singer. I wrote the lyrics and musics for my bands and my vintage electric Gibson Les Paul Junior guitar from 1962 is still one of my dearest possessions.
  • I've lived in Florida, USA, for six months.
  • I've worked at the radio drama and documentary department at the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation. I had a wide range of work including making illustrations and posters, designing the programme, translating plays and documentaries, designing the web site, reading plays for consideration and making a documentary about Sufism together with Timo Sundberg. In my spare time I devoted myself to making and performing rock music and creating sculptures & paintings.
  • I enjoy travelling and I've visited 20 countries.
  • An oak tree grows outside my windows. I take photos of it (almost) every day.
  • I'm frightfully impatient for Apple's new revolutionary device, the iPad, to be available in Sweden!
  • I love tiles and mosaics. In my collection there are tiles and mosaics from Italy, Portugal and Spain. One tile tragically broke, sliding off the luggage trolley at an airport in slow motion. Still sadly missed. The mosaics in these photos are from the Golden Hall in Stadshuset, the Stockholm City Hall, where the Nobel Laureates and guests dance after the annual awards banquet. Imagine a hall completely covered with these gold mosaics – candlelit!
iPhone photography: Gold mosaics from the Golden Hall in Stadshuset

iPhone photography: Gold mosaics from the Golden Hall in Stadshuset

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