Our Projects

From travel books to travel campaigns, here are some of our projects and collaborations.

Content Creation

We’ve collaborated with various high profile brands on content creation and/or creative copywriting and photography. Below is a sample list of clients:

Absolut Vodka
Austrian Airlines
Four Seasons
Intrepid Travel
KLM Airlines
Lonely Planet
Marriott Hotels

Mercedes Benz
Nat Geo Channel
Swedish Lapland
Swedish Institute
South African Tourism
Tourism Ireland
Visit Sweden
Visit Stockholm

Visual Storytelling

Through our NordicTB venture, we collaborate with various travel brands and destinations, and create visual stories using multimedia and videography. Learn more here.

Image Bank

High quality, high resolution travel photography for editorial and commercial purposes.

Visit our image bank to search for images.



Co-founded and launched the NordicTB collective to raise the profile of professional travel influencers and digital storytellers based in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.

Check out some of the services we provide including designing and working on paid campaigns to help promote various destinations and experiences.

Slow Travel Stockholm


Slow Travel Stockholm is a spin off of Slow Travel Berlin which was founded in January 2010 and it aims to establish a repository of eclectic information about Stockholm from a range of perspectives to encourage deeper, more varied exploration and promotion of small, locally-minded businesses and services

Visit Slow Travel Stockholm.


Sweden photography by Lola Akinmade Åkerström

Photographing Sweden at ground level as a photoblogger for Sweden’s official website run by the Swedish Institute as well as writing a variety of articles on local culture. Contributor to Sweden’s official image bank.

Through the Lens

South Africa travel photography by Lola Akinmade Åkerström

In South Africa on assignment with National Geographic Channel as one of three photographers being filmed for a vignette called “Through the Lens” in partnership with the South African Tourism board which airs on National Geographic Channel all over the world.

Read about this project here.