react-native / expo / golang / python / k8s
2018 - Now
Between my consultant jobs I have been developing an API and
a mobile App that focuses on visualizing various historical and
current weather data. It's not launched yet. But the App part is
open source and readable on my github.
2018 - Now
Since 2016/2017 I've worked both as a contractor and consultant
on various web projects and react-native app projects. Before
this I studied at MI, and before that I worked as a contractor in
Qasa (App / Web)react-native / react / expo
3mos spring 2019
Qasa is a company/website that helps people sublet and
rent homes. Not dissimilar to Airbnb but with a focus on
long term living.
At Qasa I worked on their future version of their website and a
react-native project. And I gained a lot of insights in how
to do shared code between react-native and regular web react.
Mitt Fortum (App)react-native / TypeScript
4mos spring & autumn 2018
Fortum is a huge Swedish energy company that offers a
website and app used to manage people's energy usage and
On this project I worked exclusively as a
react-native dev as a part of the App team.
At Fortum I gained experience in working in large companies, and with
the extensive security and testing that entails.
I got this gig as a subcontractor at Futurice.
Petersen Nordic (web)wp-theme / wordpress / design
Just a small site I designed/coded/maintain in wordpress for a
family member's diving company.
It's nothing impressive, but it's something I
designed all on my own (except this CV site itself). And it's
a good example of what I can do solo and quikly.
Project under NDA (App + web)react-native / react / node / design
I've also worked on another project I can't really describe
here because of NDA. But It's something I did for a month or so.
Freelance Consultant at BBH-Stockholm
2017 - 2018
After having finished my internship at BBH-stockholm I continued
to work on some of their projects as a freelance consultant for
approximately 1 year.
I think I spent on average ~3 months on each project. But they were very intertwined.
Maîtres (Web)golang / react / back-end / stripe
Maîtres is a restaurant App primarily focused on VIP
customers. It facilitates contact between a restaurant's
head waiter and VIP customer. Allowing for a smooth and human
feeling booking experience. It features automatic payment (just get
up and walk away, no need to wait for the bill). It also
features a rating system. Quite similar to Uber.
At this project i worked as a back-end programmer using golang,
and I also worked on a react based waiter panel. I got lots of
experience with the payment provider "stripe", websockets and
POS systems (trivec).
Bamseklubben - TUI (App)c# / Unity3d
Tui is a big charter company in northern Europe. A big part
of their marketing is the usage of a beloved cartoon
character "Bamse". And as part of this they decided to make
a children's game that kids could play on the aircraft on the
way to their holiday destination.
I worked on this project together with 4 devs and I primarily
worked on the mini-games "Build a Sandcastle" and "Feed Bamse".
The concept (web)js / wp-theme / wordpress / video
A restaurant website for a (at the time) new restaurant in
Gothenburg. I wrote a wordpress theme, and some custom
plugins for this site and it featured some cool scroll based
After they opened and launched the restaurant they switched to another website solution.
So this link is no longer the site i coded:
Zag (web)node / react / keystone-js
Zag is a design company based in London. They are a part of
BBH which gave me this contract. I built this site using
react for the front-end and the back-end was node based using
the keystone-js framework (a headless CMS). The site
was designed and coded to be a cool blog/portfolio. But
they've since changed approach and use another less bloggy
So this link is no longer the site i coded:
BBH-Stockholm's Blog (web)wordpress / hubspot
During my time at BBH I also got to rework their hubspot
based blog. Which they've since redesigned.
Internship at BBH-Stockholm
Jan - April/ 17
At the end of my FED studies at MI, I did a 4 month long
internship at BBH-Stockholm. During this period I got to work on
some projects I later did consultant/contractor work on. They
offered me full time employment, But I wanted to continue my
Internship at Hiotlabs
Aug - Nov/ 16
As a part of my education at MI we had a short internship period.
I spent mine on a small startup called Hiotlabs. Here I got my
first experiences with react-native and IoT.
Contractor QT/C++ software tools
Jan - Aug/ 15
During the spring of 2015 I Freelanced on my first professional
These were small tools used for post-production professionals,
they were written with QT and in C++.
Consultant and contractor in video-tech and film
2012 - 2015
After my film production education I spent 3 years freelancing
with various film work. Mostly photography, video-tech and
post-production (editing) work.
IT support and video tech at Stopp (now called Media Monks)
2008 - 2011
One of the bigger post-production houses in Stockholm, stopp is
mostly in the business of commercials. And I worked mostly as a
video-technician here, at first as IT-staff, and then in their mastering reference
Assistant role at Sockdolls
2008 - 2008
Sockdolls was a small post-production company where I
worked as a assistant. My first real job, and it entailed creating lesser
vfx, finding textures and reference pictures.
The Media Institute - FED / Webdev (2 years)
2015 - 2017
During the last half of 2015 to april 2017 I studied at a
webdev and design school called MI (the Media Institute) in
Stockholm. The course had just changed name to FED (Front End
Developer) when I started. It used to be called "Web developer", so
it still entailed a lot of back-end and SQL stuff. It was about
60% front-end, the rest back-end or various development stuff
like agile development and scrum techniques etc.
Komvux Programming 1 - Java
The educations I wanted to apply to required this, So I took it
even though I already knew how to develop software.
Self studies in C / C++ programming
Feels a bit silly putting this here, as everybody self educate
to some point. But I actually turned down work and traveled to
another country just to focus 100% on learning myself c/c++.
Amongst other things I read the books "Accelerated C++" and "C++ Primer 5th edition".
And I did a lot of educational websites and projects during this period that lasted ~6 months.
But I've always been a computer nerd, and I can't even remember the first time I coded.
Kulturama 2 year film production
A pretty wide education in film production, I mostly focused on
editing and cinematography. And the more technical bits, like vfx
or image manipulation.
Big Linux nerd
0000 - Always
I have used Linux as my primary OS since I was 20 years
old. I love the whole FOSS community and I can be pretty
passionate about it. But I'm also a practical guy and I don't let
it get in the way of solving problems, especially not in a
professional setting. But you'll probably notice a tux sticker on
all my things.
I often spend my free time doing small techy hobby projects,
like setting up raspberry pi cameras in bird's nests. Or making a
remote controlled car with a web cam, or simply tinkering with my
custom built router to do various useful things.
Despite my Linux love I still play lots of competitive pc
games. So if you do the whole lunch gaming thing. I'm game!