About Me

About me

My Story

I have always been creative and expressed myself either drawing or painting. Photography became my passion during my university studies and I've been on that road since then.

Visual Artist

Kemi-tornio University of Applied Sciences

Along side of my visual art studies, we learned the basics of graphic design, 3D and photography. I started to realise photography was my thing; I was able to capture the beauty of object and figured out that being an artist doesn't end here. Developing the images is another part of the process and I found myself enjoying it. I had better understanding about the industry when I finished my internship at photography studio in Jyväskylä and second one at the fashion model agency in Helsinki.

Photographer and team leader

The Netherlands

I moved to The Netherlands to live together with my boyfriend. Soon after my move I started working for an international company as product photographer. During this time I grew into a team leader position also being in charge of art directions and creative photography. I value the skills I have learned from all these years. Who would have known this experience made me grow so much as a person, partner and photographer.

Traveller and return back home

around the world

After living in The Netherlands over five years we sold our home, packed everything we owned into the storage box and left everything behind. We travelled for over six months and gained so many unforgettable memories. During the travels we made a decision to move to Finland. Now I'm happily located in Jyväskylä and starting the next chapter of my photography journey.

My Skills

Here are listed some of my skills. I always think life is a journey and you learn more along the way. I think there is always room for an improvements but as long as you enjoy what you do, that’s how it should be.

92%Artistic and creative availability

86%A keen eye for detail

78%Communication and people skills

81%Time management skills

“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.”
— Paul Caponigro