Swedish director Linnéa Bergman’s work is defined by a sharp and graphical focus, always showing us a different angle and presenting objects in a new light. At the same time she has an emotional and humane approach to her films, giving them an almost physical presence that leaves the viewer with a new level of perception.
Linnéa started art school with a career as an illustrator in mind. However, after a course in title sequences she began working with moving images, often holding the camera herself and handling post-production on her own laptop. Eventually, film credits and visual image films paved the way to a director’s position that took off in 2006 under the partnership Ensrettet. Over the years she has worked on commercial campaigns for brands such as IKEA, Bosch, Philips, Jaguar, H&M, Baccarat and LensCrafters.