My name is Sofi Lundin and I´m a Swedish freelance journalist and photographer with a passion for storytelling. I am based in Uganda where I have been covering the East African region for the past seven years. I am working for international media, non-governmental organisations and on personal projects. I am proud to say that I have received recognition and several awards for my work. 

As a journalist and photographer, I have more than 10 years experience working in the development and humanitarian sector where I am producing engaging visual and written content for various platforms. Many of my stories take place in conflict and post conflict environments and I am trained in HEAT to handle the challenges in such environments. 

My education in social anthropology as well as many years of work experience in the humanitarian and development sector has laid the base for the work I do today. Apart from covering stories for media, I develop high-impact visual and written content for businesses, non-governmental organisations and institutions. 

My photographic and journalistic work is characterised by a belief that humanity should always be reflected when reporting, be it stories on refugees in South Sudan or GBV in Uganda.  I am committed to document stories from communities that are usually invisible in media, and to enhance voices of people that are rarely heard. 

Some of my clients: Al Jazeera, The Guardian, GIZ, Norad – Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, SIDA (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) Save the Children, Oxfam, New Internationalist, Dagens ETC, Göteborgsposten (GP) and Aftenposten.  

I am a member of The International Press Association of Uganda (IPAU) and Reporters without Borders. 

Please contact me for any requests:

Mobile:  +256 770 757 306 
Follow me on Instagram: @sofi_lundin
Twitter: @Sofilundin







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