This is the fourteenth photograph in the project Stories from Borgafjäll. The project is about a small northern village named Borgafjäll (located in Dorotea municipality, Sweden). I met three men who grew up in the village: a hunter and raindeer owner named Mattias Kristofferson, a sami named Lars-Paul Kroik and an entrepreneur named Lars-Erik Brantholm.
> Who is Erik Lauri Kulo
I was born and raised in the old industrial city of Sundsvall, Sweden. Ever since my early years I have had a strong interest in both writing and photography. I find photography to be my main medium for my artistic voice. But lately I've been focusing a lot on writing and so far have completed two novels written in Swedish [Ett Otäckt Minne and Kolsvart Snö (working title)].
My academic background is a bachelor's degree in journalism (with photography as a main subject). I have also studied Political Science at a university level.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.