In my graphics work I mostly work with drypoint, etching, woodcuts and photo-etching. Etching and drypoint are made on copper plates. The copper plate is then coloured with paint and then printed on a thick paper with a copper press. 

My woodcuts are often based on quick and simple ink-painting, which is transferred on to the block of wood and become the base from where the finished image develop. 

The base for my photo-etching work  are photos I've taken myself or old photos from my since long passed relatives; often images of relatives that are still unknown to me. The photos are transformed in the computer so that they then can be transferred on to a printing plate and then printed on paper with a press.