My name is Sofi Lundin. I am a Swedish freelance photographer and journalist based in Uganda, working for international media, non-governmental organizations and on personal projects.
My photographic and journalistic work is characterized by a belief that humanity should always be reflected when reporting, be it stories on refugees in South Sudan or the LGBT community in Uganda.
My specialisation lies in feature stories, where photography and text play an equally important part. I have worked for newspapers and magazines, both in Norway and internationally, such as: Dagens Næringsliv (DN), Jyllandsposten, Omvärlden (Sida´s magazine), Aftenposten, VG, New Internationalist, The Documentary Magazine Plot, Perspective and Bistandsaktuelt (Norad´s magazine)
My education in social anthropology as well as many years of work experience with various humanitarian, non-governmental organisations (NGO´s), has laid the base for the work I do today. Norwegian Refugee Council, The Rainforest Foundation, Save the Children, Norwegian Church Aid and The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (Redningsselskapet – RS), are a few of my clients.
I am a member of The Norwegian Union of Journalists and Reporters Without Borders.
Please contact me for any queries:
Mobile (Uganda) +256 790 582 965, +256 770 757 306
Mobile (Norway) +47 96 706 500