I am a birder and architect living in Arctic Norway’s Varanger Fjord. I run the architectural practice Biotope – and I bird! I work full-time with pro-nature projects in Norway: designing bird hides, wind shelters, nature trails, outdoor amphitheatres, working with local schools and helping tour operators from abroad. I am passionate about making birds and birding accessible to more people. I love living in a place where I wear my binoculars as a tie and I can study Steller´s Eiders from my office window! Arctic Norway is a real frontier and the explorative and open-minded attitude of the Birding Frontiers blog quickly made this a favourite website to visit.
I am honoured to join the Birding Frontiers team, and I hope to inspire others, sharing stories of birding adventures and bird related development.