About me

Graphic design


I work at Pamflett where I teach the technique and process of riso printing, and print riso for customers. I love the ocean (even though I fear it), collect old photographs and books, and enjoy drinking tea with a cat on my lap. 


I currently work at the risograph workshop at Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design at UiB. There, I teach students how to work with riso printing, how the machine works and how to experiment with the technique.

A risograph is a machine that looks deceptively like a copying machine, but works more similarly to screen printing. It uses rich spot colours and stencils, and makes vibrant prints with a unique riso texture. There are so many ways of working with the risograph, and so much to be discovered. At KMD we currently have 17 different colours, and these can be mixed to make any colour you can think of. I have tried to take as much advantage of this as I can, as I love working with and experimenting with colours. Here is a collection of some of the projects and experiments I have done on the riso.

Click on the photos to visit the different projects. 

To view a selection of some of my other personal riso projects, click the photo underneath.