Johanna Henriksson is a freelance photographer and reporter based in Stockholm, Sweden. Her main focus is on photographic assignments for organizations and magazines.

In parallel with the shorter assignments Johanna engage in long term photographic documentary and arts projects. With a passion for all kinds of storytelling, not only visual, she also writes with great pleasure and on occasion films and edit video.

Holding a degree of Master of Science in Biology her favourite subjects are environmental issues, sustainable development and science.

Johanna studied photography at the Nordic School of Photography Biskops Arnö, Konstfack / College of Arts, Crafts and Design and journalism at Poppius School of journalism.

More about Johanna you find here .

Publications, a selection
Affärsvärlden, SvD, News Magazine Fokus, OmVärlden, Hufvudstadsbladet, Der Spiegel, Göteborgs Posten, Bild DE, Sydsvenskan, Naturvetaren, Lärartidningen, NVP, Parnass, Dagens Arbete, Tidningen Chef, DN, Chefstidningen, Norrbottens kuriren, Tidningen Djurskyddet, Amelia.

A selection of other customers
The Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen), Magma, FORES, Timbro, Volvo Buses, Getinge, The Norwegian Medical Association, TCO, Folkuniversitetet, Theaterverlag Hofmann-Paul, Swedish national public television SVT.

Short, selected updates

January – May 2023 Johanna exhibits at the city library in Högdalen.

September 2022: Johanna’s photographs were nominated in the category Culture and Sports Reportage of the Year by the Swedish trade association for free newspapers. She was nominated together with the newspaper NVP’s writing reporter. Read more in Dagens Media

Johanna has photographed for the book “Ingen ska ha samma helvete som jag” by author Carina Järvenhag. The book was published in april 2022 by the Swedish Bleeding Disorder Society.

Johanna has photographed for the book “Inte en kroppsspråksbok” by author Gabriella Lockwall. The book was published by the publisher Idus. Buy the book here

Some of Johannas work concerning climate change, water issues and sustainable development, both text and photography, go to articles here , here and here.

Please get in touch;

Mail:  Mobile: +46 (0)70 400 25 07