About me

I am a freelance photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden, who got my degree in photojournalism at Nordens Fotoskola Biskops Arnö – the Nordic School of Photography. I enjoy short assignments for magazines and organizations as well as long-term projects within Sweden and abroad. My main focus is still photography. However, after a documentary film course at Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV in Cuba, I started working with film as well. Sometimes I also write, mostly feature stories. Once in a while I give lectures on photojournalism for students and photographic societies.

I’m a member of Kontinent photojournalist agency.

In a team with three other photographers, I’m documenting child births around Stockholm, via Förlossningsfoto.se.

I’ve contributed to a number of group exhibitions and produced solo exhibitions on the projects Trafficking, Watching you watch me and Hundred Times the Difference. Watching you watch me is also a book, which you can order for 100 SEK + postage by sending me an email.

See some of my videos on Vimeo.

Contact

Email info@moakarlberg.com

Phone +46 (0)702 373772

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Awards

2015: IWMF’s Great Lakes Reporting Initiative Fellowship Program
2015: Education grant from the Swedish Journalist Union
2015: 1st prize Swedish Picture of the Year, Everyday life
2013: Gyllene fotovästen from Mid Sweden University
2012: 1st prize Swedish Picture of the Year, Arts and entertainment
2012: One year working grant from the Swedish Authors’ Fund
2011: Travel grant from the Swedish Photographers’ Association
2010: Project grant from Fonden Innovativ Kultur, together with Galleri Kontrast
2010: Project grant from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee

2010: 1st prize Swedish Picture of the Year Award, Portrait series
2009:
Scanpix Photo Prize nominee for “Watching you watch me”
2008: Selected for the first Nordic Master Class, held in Norway
2007: Swedish Photographers’ Association: Kavalla grant
2007: Nordiska Museet: Nudok diploma
2006: Scanpix Photo Prize nominee for “Trafficking”