Photography is not something Fallckolm does full time. Yet, his images bear witness of a passion for capturing photos that appeal to the pallet of emotions that make us human.
Since 2003, when he bought his first Digital SLR, he has worked in the Middle East, Latin America, Central and Eastern Asia, as well as Western Africa. The camera has not only been a creative outlet but also an increasingly important companion in a perceived need to keep the world close. Most importantly, photography has become an excellent vehicle for documenting the things he feels strongly about - his development and humanitarian work.
The people in the pictures are real. This to him is the most important aspect of photography as a medium.
"…they share the same basic aspirations and needs as I do regardless of which part of the world they live in. Some of them I had a chance to get to now, while other were just kind enough to share with me a slight moment of their life. Still, I have always been a bystander and I really want to thank them all for allowing me to be that."
Sustainable Development Group International
European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia
European Union Police Mission in Afghanistan
United Nations Development Programme
Folke Bernadotte Academy
Professionals in Humanitarian Action & Protection
Swedish National Defence College
Crisis Management Centre Finland
Maison de la Gare
SOLA School of Leadership Afghanistan
Er Buco/ Sotto Zero
Karner Perrelli Vocals
Four on the Floor
La Vida Laser Clinic