Mette is a freelance documentary photographer who was born in Denmark and brought up in Spain, later she lived in London. She is currently based in the greater Los Angeles area.

Her passion is sharing people's stories that are connected to sociopolitical and climate change issues. She believes that we are all connected and share a common purpose, and photography is a way to allow this connection to reach beyond physical boundaries and look into people's lives.

She is currently working on a long term project on how water affects people's lives in California with climate change , this is being done as part of a mentorship with James Estrin and Ed Kashi.

She has also worked extensively on women's rights and gender equality. Included labor rights and migration in the U.S

To date, she has worked in collaboration with NGOs, and women's rights activists in India, Thailand, Cambodia, Guatemala, Morocco, Indonesia and the United States.

She is also a regular contributor on @everydayclimatechange

She is fluent in Spanish, Danish and English.


Iphone award 2en place 

-IPA 2015 One Shot: Home Honorable Mention
-IPA 2014 Honorable Mention-People
-IPA 2013 Honorable Mention-Editorial