Joakim Roos
Are ostrich settling down in Sweden?

Are ostrich settling down in Sweden?

I meet Tina with her husband and 3 children on a walkabout with my  camera, ear on alert to, in Göteborg, Sweden. They have jobs, cars and a party tent to live in. There is no party going on thou. There is homelessness and the result of Sweden´s hard core politics towards poverty and people...
The desert in Denmark

The desert in Denmark

Råbjerg Mile is a migratory sand dunes between Skagen and Fredrikshavn in North Jutland in Denmark. The sand dunes walk about 15 to 20 meters a year and is the largest of its kind in Scandinavia. It covers an area of about 1 square kilometer. Since 1900 it has moved to 1500 meters, which means...
Bosnia, here I come

Bosnia, here I come

For more than ten years I have gotten to know and photographed refugees in Sweden. Alisa is one of them. She was born in Bosnia Herzegovina with her roots in the roma culture. This is her story in short. She was married of  at the age of 14 to a man from another part of Yugoslavia, Kosovo. When the Balkan war...

Have a foot in each ocean, if you dare.

When our project started, I was thinking; if there is any place to photograph in Scandinavia, it has to be the sea in the outpost of Skagen, at the very north of Denmark. This part of Scandinavia is fantastic. Sand, sand, sand in kilometers and miles of coast. The two seas Kattegat and Skagerak meet...