Swedish photographer based in Bangkok and Paris.
Born in 1970 in Stockholm, Sweden.
After graduating from high school in 1989 Camilla worked in the financial department of the multinational Swedish company, Electrolux AB, in Stockholm.
Camilla left Stockholm in 1993 to study French history, art and literature at the Sorbonne University in Paris.
She took up photography in 1995/96 and learned to develop and to print at the professional lab, “IMAGINOIR”, in Paris.
Between 1996/98 Camilla worked as an assistant on several assignments, including for
still life photographer Nicolas Descottes and fashion photographer Dominique Issermann.
Camilla has done reportage for magazines such as VSD, FEMME magazine, L’Express, Enjeux and Psychologies Magazine.
In collaboration with the design group, L Design, one of her work was selected to promote the “La cité de la Musique” event in Paris. Camilla has also worked with the Paris-based photo agency “OPALE”, specialised in the portraiture of writers.
2005/06 Camilla worked on production for photographers with Chantal Hoogvliet agency in Paris, specialised in fashion, advertising and art photography.
August 2006, she moved to Bangkok with her family, where she continues to work on her own projects.
2007-2008 she worked on several projects including “The Sustainable Development Week” at the Lycée Français International de Bangkok.
2010 she had the opportunity to follow surgeons and the medical team on a reportage covering, surgery and children in Mae Sot, Tak province in Thailand, for the NGO “Operation Smile Thailand”.
2020-2021 she resides in Paris, France.
Lauréat du Prix du Jury Noir & Blanc ILFORD 1999 “Tango”.
Print Fair at The House of Lucie, November 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.
The Throne Hall, The National Museum of Bangkok, group exhibition « Through our Eyes » in Honour of His Majesty the King’s 80th birthday, October-December 2007, Bangkok, Thailand.
ST studio, an exhibition of her work “Far from Cuba”, December 2004, Paris, France.
Art Fair “Salon de Comparaisons”, January 2004, Paris, France.