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Joakim Carlström

Senior Digital Designer
I love creating, whether it’s producing graphic content or designing furniture in the apartment. My interest in graphic design and photography arose as a 19-year old when I was watching skiing competitions. Ever since I saw the incredible pictures taken by the photographers, my camera and computer have pretty much followed me everywhere.

Besides creating content, I’ve always had a passion for food and beverage. Naturally, I wanted to combine my two biggest interests in my daily work. One thing led to another and I ended up spending 6 years working in different restaurants in Scandinavia while freelancing as a photographer and graphic designer. After years of moving around, I started working as a Content Design Manager at a restaurant group in Stockholm. While working, I decided to take some courses at Berghs to deepen my knowledge in social media and digital analysis. Fast forward 5 years and you’ll find me as Digital Designer at Aimfor!

As a Digital Designer, I design and produce visual content in the form of graphic design, photo and film. The best part of my job is that I have the opportunity to help companies make their visions come to life and reach out with their message in a creative way. No matter if you want to take new portraits of your team, renew your graphical profile or produce a trailer for your company – I’m your guy!

Fun facts about me

  • I buy a new electric vehicle almost every year. Why? They get stolen and I’m not a fan of the subway
  • After graduating from high school, me and my band toured in Sweden for about 1,5 year. We had around 90 gigs and Liseberg was one of them!
  • I’ve designed and built almost all hard furniture in our apartment.
  • Superpower: I can blow bubbles with my mouth. Yup, I’m a human bubble machine.
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”It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.”
David AttenboroughNatural Historian