Jonas Berggren

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Europe / Sweden / Stockholm

Photographer male
 
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It ended when you said goodbye. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

It ended when you said goodbye. - © Jonas Berggren


 
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So I'll, keep my light in my window. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

So I'll, keep my light in my window. - © Jonas Berggren


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Stick out your tongue. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

Stick out your tongue. - © Jonas Berggren


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There are some things I can`t report. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

There are some things I can`t report. - © Jonas Berggren


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I rarely dream of anyone. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

I rarely dream of anyone. - © Jonas Berggren


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The round of prisoners. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

The round of prisoners. - © Jonas Berggren


I could be more to you. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

I could be more to you. - © Jonas Berggren


There won't be any cute secrets. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

There won't be any cute secrets. - © Jonas Berggren


After the fall. / Documentary  photography by Photographer Jonas Berggren ★3 | STRKNG

After the fall. - © Jonas Berggren




Contact


Jonas Berggren sees photography as a tool for communication and for asking questions, the way he does to others, but also as directed inwards, to understand himself. Jonas’ work tends to focus on loneliness and longing, be it the fear of being lonely, or the memories of past loneliness. The longing for someone, or something.

Often Jonas works in black and white because he thinks it clarifies moods and feelings. When just using grey tones he strips away parts of reality, allowing him to work more poetically.