PROP MAKER | MODEL MAKER/BUILDER | SCULPTING
I have a background in industral/production & graphic design and use different techiques like sculpting, fabrication, scratch building, electronics, machine work, painting and weathering. Materials I use is often styrofoam, plastics, wood and clay but also electronics and metals. Allmost everything you see on this page is made in my little shop at Kungsholmen in Stockholm.
I also do restoration, reparing, mending and modifications. Allmost anything such as vases, statues and furniture to paintings, books and costumes. This is an example I did for Svedish Television renting service Magasin 4, a completely broken Nyckelharpa (keyed fiddle).
Prop maker for season 1 of children's television series "Life in the land of math". Together with my fantastic assistents Clara Lindberg and Johanna Andreasson. Set design by Molly Carlzon.
We built a house in scale 1:12 for about 2 weeks that we slowly demolished scene by scene in a couple of ours.
Model makers: Me, Robin Kempe-Bergman, Axel Örtenblad and Fred Thustrup.
Stop Motion commercial for CCS. I also did the stop motion with my canon 7D and Dragonframe. Directed, edited and AE by talented Johan Holm.
Miniature frozen elephants
Toy elephants, a glue gun and some powdered sweetener.
Director: Robinovich, Set Designer: Molly Carlzon
Me and Robin Kempe-Bergman made a dead squirrel and a baby Jesus out of cinnamon dough for this crazy feature.
Set Designer: Agustin Moreaux.
Didn't know where to put this, set design or prop making?...
A stop motion promo me and Robin Kempe-Bergman made with two Canon 7D and Dragonframe.
Live action DoP: Staffan Övgård.
Made the reverse bear trap from SAW for this hilarious comedy series for TV6.
<<== Watch the scene where it's in!
The donkey head for A Midsummer Night's Dream. As Titania is an invisible fairy I decided to flip the donkey's head so that the actors could do the scenes without seeing each other.
Turned out extremly funny!
Spartan amor and weapons made out of commonplaced material and stuff that women deal with most every day, such as mops, dish brushes, tampons, hair dryers, cutlery etc.
Director: Robinovich, Set Designer: Agustin Moreaux
Made tiny doors out of 1.2mm thin styrofoam and balsa wood filled with isolation made out of crispbread. Handles, power outlets and lamp buttons created by model maker Axel Örtenblad.
Made a bear costume for this music promo and carved some cave stones and rock walls in styrofoam.
Directed by Robinovich