I've been involved in music ever since I was a little child. At the age of six my mum convinced me to start playing the piano with a private piano teacher. As time went by I realised I wouldn't become a virtuoso - I mostly sat by the piano improvising every time I was supposed to practise. Naturally this led me into composition.
One day, at the age of 12, I were at the movie theatres watching Harry Potter and the Prisoner From Azkaban. As the cue “A Window To the Past” was introduced I suddenly found myself really noticing film music for the first time. I felt it. I was hooked. And ever since I’ve found my true passion in music for motion picture. Conveying, through my music, the same powerful feeling that I got watching that specific scene from Harry Potter, became my dream. I finished my BA’s in Music and Media production at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm last year, 2019. In fall I am finishing my MA’s in Film Scoring at the Film Scoring Academy of Europe.
I guess a little highlight from my career is back at 2018 when Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe picked my entry as the winner for their "Show Us Your Musical Genius" - film scoring competition. After my MA’s I will continue to pursue my career, scoring both features, shorts and hopefully some video games. I am very honoured that the jury picked my entry as the winner of FMF YTA2020! It means a lot to me!
Thank you to all the jury, Richard Bellis the chairman, and all of you who put the trust in my entry. I would also like to thank the Film Scoring Academy of Europe, especially my mentors Andy Hill and Vasilis Milesis for all the support and everything I learned on this program. I want to thank my family and my girlfriend, Iga. Lastly I want to thank my father, who sadly passed away last November - he was always my biggest supporter and also as a musician, a big inspiration to me.
Thank you all!