People and places

Most places have a story to tell. The tale behind the obvious scene is often the most interesting story of all. Not to forget the people. I write stories of special places, as well as portraits of inspiring, ordinary, and extraordinary people. My heroes.

I work as a communications and content consultant too, advising companies on how to find and tell their unique stories. 

 

You know sometimes, depending on the context and as in Stairway to Heaven, a song by Led Zeppelin, words have two meanings. Or more.

Storytelling

Storytelling

Scandinavian media

Swedish Publishing Prize

Swedish Publishing Prize

The Publishing Prize, which is independent of industry organizations, is a comprehensive communication contest. Winners have ”encompassed both large and small players in the industry”. In 2017, as editor and writer, I was proudly awarded my third Publishing Prize.

Editorial

Editorial

Every writer needs an editor

Novel

Novel

Magic in Cambodia

Editor in chief: Kicki Lind

Editor in chief: Kicki Lind

World Wide Travel Magazine

Web site content

Web site content

Swedish Publishing Prize 2004

Editor in chief: Kicki Lind

Editor in chief: Kicki Lind

Swedish Ecotourism Society

Outdoor exhibition captions

Outdoor exhibition captions

Wild Wonders of Europe Stockholm 2013

Being there

Being there

With a university degree in Journalism and Anthropology, a love for the outdoors and a genuine interest in people and music, I write, I edit, I translate. I take photos too.

Emotional insight

Emotional insight

Watching wildlife in its true environment or drinking clean water out of a mountain stream doesn't only make you feel good, it makes you realize why nature is something valuable and important for all of us to treasure and preserve.

Magic moments

Magic moments

I prefer to explore different places on foot, by bike, in a kayak, or using local transport. That way the world is full of magic moments.

Perspectives

Perspectives

I am convinced that we all have a lot to gain if we take an interest in places and ways of life that differ from our own. Being a visitor, anywhere, it is only fair that the money spent supports the local community.

Tibbe Vegsö

Why NANOQ?

Nanoq is the inuit word for polar bear.

I had my first encounter in the wild somewhere

in the pack ice north of Spitzbergen back in 1987. Strong, yet vulnerable, cute, yet clearly commanding respect, it captured my heart.

Little did i know that the polar bear would later become a symbol, reminding us that we all bear responsibility for the wellbeing of our planet.

I feel strongly that we do.   

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