About Me

About Me

I'm born and raised in Sweden in the eighties.

It all started when my mom went to art collage in Brighton, England. Fell in love with my eccentric dad who was working as the ceramics teacher.

One thing led to another which led to them moving to Sweden to have me.

Where my tech journey started

I hav always been interested in technology and got my first computer at the age of 12.

At first it was a lot to learn, back then there was no internet and I spent a lot of time playing Doom, Quake, Heretic.

As soon as I got my first 56-kbit modem I was fascinated by the internet and spent a lot of time creating mix cds, playing with photoshop and wanting to know how everything worked.

I learned Adobe Flash and got into Adobe Dreamweaver.

Somewhere along the way I figured out I was quite good at computers, always helping friends and family, and always wanting to learn more, I might be on to something here...


I first went to a collage which was aimed at welding, cnc, pneumatics.

But after a year I dropped out and switched to a college focusing on media, graphic design, photo and music.


My first job was as an apprentice at a local print / photo studio. I worked with digital photography, photoshop and layout.

I then worked as the IT-guy at a telecom firm.

Here I became a certified network technician, learned c#, programmed a bunch of internal tools and worked with creating ads for the newspaper. In the night time I was hacking on javascript and getting into MooTools.

The I started a firm together a couple of friends to work as web consultants.

It was a lot of fun, but not economically stable, so when it was time for me to start a family, I took a job as a web developer at a local firm.

Here I worked with creating homepages / intranets in Wordpress, EpiServer, JQuery / MooTools. As the years progressed we where building more advanced web apps and e-commerse solutions.

But after 8 years being in the consulting business, always having to think about deadlines and money I felt it was time for a change.

I found a new job working at wec360° building a real estate visualization platform. It was fun to work with a SAAS product and I learned a lot about 3D, WebGL, and building a product from scratch.

I worked my way up the ranks and I'm now the CTO.

It's hard to fathom that I've been in the industry for over 20 years. It feels like I still have a lot to learn, but I guess that is never going to change.