(Gerhard Jörén)

I am based mainly in Bangkok and recently Yangon has become my second home.  I am working as an independent photographer and filmmaker, focusing on human-interest documentation and corporate work.
From early years, travelling has been my passion and the discovery of people behaviour has been the main focus since I left Sweden, my motherland, back in 1982.

New York was the first stop on my discovery tour, which was my base for more then 5 years, while I learned my trade and worked for mainly Scandinavian media.

The travel bug and the need to find a warmer place uprooted me and by pure coincidence I arrived in Hong Kong the day after Black Monday, in 1987. From Hong Kong I set out on many interesting journeys, mainly in Asia. The camera was a trusted companion, which opened many closed doors.

Over the next 27 years I mainly lived in Hong Kong and Thailand, except a stunt in Stockholm.

2012 - Ashodaya. For The World Bank.

2009 - Changing the World. For Ericsson Telecom

2008 - First Deadly Sin.

2006 - Northern Lights, Eastern Nights

2003 - On Location in Southeast Asia


2014 - January; Connecting Myanmar, for Ericsson

2013 - October; Fujifilm. Jack Picone in Cambodia introducing X-E2

2013 - June; Fujifilm. Jack Picone in Myanmar introducing X100S

2012 - December; Fujifilm. Michael Coyne in Bangkok introducing X-E1

2012 - Ashodaya. Mysore, India. Empowering Sex Workers living with HIV

2010 - Stop Killing Journalists.

2010 - Hitching a Ride with Ruther.

2009 - Dawn of Hope. Mysore, India

2001 - Time doesn’t count. Tihar Jail, India

2009-10 Stockholm, Sweden
2009-08 Ballarat, Australia
2009-01 Lydmar, Stockholm, Sweden
2008-06 Brisbane, Australia
2008-03 FCC, Hong Kong