Henrik Karlsson Photography AB

Henrik Karlsson, born 1968 in Växjö, Sweden. Henrik has a wide selection when it comes to subjects to take images of and tell stories about. He will be more than happy to photograph everything from insects to the orchids in the forest or the great wild animals around the world. He has the whole world as his photographic field but is more and more drawn to Africas beauty and wildness.

Henrik seeks images that capture the subject in its environment, this includes flowers as well as both big and small animals.

Henrik is an elected member of Naturfotograferna/N (Association of Swedish nature photographers) and PhotoNatura. He is also appointed as a National Geographic explorer.

Throughout the years Henrik has published three books and received several grants and awards in international photo competitions.

Henrik has a masters degree in Freshwater Ecology and has worked with wetland and river conservation for several years.


I´m very proud and honoured that I have the privilege to work with a number of strong, active and really committed partners, without I wouldn’t have reached even close to where I am today.

Please find some of my dear partners below. I´m always on the look out for positive-thinking organisations, corporations and individuals to discuss new exciting opportunities ahead. Who knows, maybe our paths will take us to the same place.



2020 Galleri Tinnert, Öland, Sweden

2020 Aros Congress Center, Västerås, Sweden

2019 Aros Congress Center, Västerås, Sweden

2019 Hallands Kulturhistoriska museum, Varberg, Sweden

2019 Länsmuseet Gävleborg, Gävle, Sweden

2018 Aros Congress Center, Västerås, Sweden

2018 Naturhistoriska museum, Göteborg, Sweden

2018 Västergötlands museum, Skara, Sweden

2018 Gotlands museum, Visby, Sweden

2017 Regionmuseet I Skåne, Kristianstad, Sweden

2017 Bosjökloster, Höör, Sweden

2016 Naturhistoriska riksmuseumet, Stockholm, Sweden

2016 Aros Congress Center, Västerås, Sweden

2012 Ottenby naturum, Öland, Sweden

2010 Ottenby naturum, Öland, Sweden