Holding a PhD in Environmental Anthropology, I have been working and living in the Arctic since 2005. Through my research I have always focused on knowledge co-production and how one can combine science across fields as well as add a human dimension to the research done.
I emphasize a lot on the responsibility of making science applicable to all through outreach, and seeing involvement of local communities as a recourse. I have been highly engaged in communication of research, as a lecturer, through publications, mini documentaries, popular science, as well as teaching, organizing field courses, exhibitions and writing children books.
Playing with several medias and visual skills, I have moved research for being an important tool to engage, educate, inspire and kindle society.
-Making the knowledge generated from science sustainable.
“Now I do what I love -creating positive knowledge feedback loops between science, visual communication and education.”
I LOVE TO DO LECTURES, TEACHING AND SPREADING THE WORD
I LOVE TO EXPRESS AND COMMUNICATE SCIENCE THROUGH A VISUAL UNIVERSE
I LOVE TO KINDLE THE CURIOSITY, THE MIND AND SENSES THROUGH ADVENTURES OF SCIENCE