In english

In 2010, I took a doctorate in physical geography. Ever since then, I have worked as a “freelance” physical geographer with assignments linked to both research and education, as well as administration and business. ‘

For me, working as a physical geographer is primarily about offering knowledge about nature from a holistic perspective. Such knowledge is universal and useful for both individuals and large institutions. Landscapes and ecosystems shape both the individual person and society – which becomes particularly evident when we look at the slightly longer time perspectives. Our non-negotiable need for “nature” is also a constantly topical issue, as both society and nature are in constant change.

My main work-platform since 2010 is my own small-business, which, among others, has given me the opportunity to bring forward geo-ecological knowledge that is valuable locally, and very specific for a particular site/lake/watercourse/watershed.