I Do, I Do (2017)

In many of her previous relationships Paula ended up cheating her partner. Now she has a husband and a boyfriend who both share her idea of polyamorous love.

The documentary has been awarded in the Finnish Press Photos 2017.


Locked (2017)

Heikki has been seriously depressed his whole adulthood. He took antidepressants for over eleven years, but the pills didn’t make him feel any better. Finally he quit taking drugs and found drawing as way to express his emotions and heal.

The documentary has been exhibited at the LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism 2018.


'Til Death Do Us Part (2016)

This documentary is made in honor of my grandparents Eeva and Erkki and the love that lasted a lifetime.

The documentary has been awarded in the Finnish Press Photos 2016 Competition and in College Photographer of the Year 2016 'Individual Multimedia Story or Essay - Standalone' category.


Alone Together (2016)

In a neighborhood called Hipposkylä, in Tampere Finland, 98% of the residents live alone. Behind the windows of the small apartments one can find stories that are very similar to each other: old men who have lost their families and suffer from alcoholism. In the heart of the residential area there's a community house Hippostupa which offers a place to these men to be together and get support. For some of the men the workers and visitors of Hippostupa are the closest family they have left.

The documentary has been awarded in the ’Multimedia Project - Small Team or Individual’ category in College Photographer of the Year 2016 and it has been exhibited at the LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism 2016, Crossover Web Documentary Festival 2016, Copenhagen Photo Festival 2017 and Backlight Photo Festival 2017.


Everything For Family (2015)

Karen, a retired Danish woman, finds love in a Syrian-Iraqi family. The Abdulhamid family fled Syria to seek refuge in Denmark but found themselves torn apart by Danish immigration policies. Karen does everything she can to help the family in the hope that they can stay together.

The documentary has been awarded in the ’Multimedia Project - Small Team or Individual’ category in College Photographer of the Year 2016 and it has been exhibited in Crossover Web Documentary Festival 2016.