To create

To see the beauty in the simple, the minimalist yet magnificent. From the distinct gradient between two colors suspended in mid air to the vast gradient of nuances in human emotion.

The simple but intriguing geometry in colors from Beartling paintings. Composition, form and color from Rothko. The calm and dystopic landscapes in Beksinski and Roj Friberg paintings, where light plays the role of both hope and fiery destruction. The calm illusion of direction in works by Johannes Vermeer.

To absorb, reflect and create.

Lighting design, cinematography and graphical works.


Ludvig Uppman