YLC could not run without its wonderful team of talented contributors. If you can write and would like your name on the list below, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Aldo Viggiano
Aldo is an expert in communications and international business who loves writing about films and music. He has a deep passion for experimenting in the digital public sphere teasing the readers. He is politically engaged with freedom and the idea of fostering technology transference.
- Angeline Eriksson
Angeline Eriksson is a Canadian interior designer, blogger and freelance writer with a passion for design, wine and gardening. You can catch her chronicles of the Swedish design world and life as an outsider at DesignStockholm.net
- Annika Lundkvist
- Carmela Tedeschi
Carmela is an Italian painter and photographer currently living in Stockholm. The thing she absolutely loves the most is traveling, as soon as she has the opportunity she goes for a new adventure, tirelessly seeking for strong emotions that represent the fuel of her life. Then come her other passions: music, art, food, culture, design, fashion, animals and nature; which she always tries to combine with her travels and work.
- Carmen Price
Carmen is a freelance writer and teacher from the US, who moved to Stockholm by way of Berlin in 2011. Books, culture, people, travel and youtubing in bed on Sunday afternoons are the things she lives for.
- Clement Boateng
Clement (aka CJ) is your designated London boy living a new life in Stockholm city. He is a writer and raconteur trained in the dark art of marketing. Sharing his knowledge, expertise and experience both working and playing in the nightlife industry.
- Emily Wills
Emily Wills is a doula based in Stockholm. She is also a runner (not a good one but she tries), a mum to 3 little ones and is married to a Swede. Originally from the UK, Emily spent an amazing 13 years in The Netherlands before moving to Stockholm. She is passionate about supporting families on their birth journeys and believes that birth can be a positive and empowering experience.
- Emma Ehrenthal
Emma loves her profession: creating art with others in a holistic environment as an art therapist and mental health practitioner. She feels passionate about sharing the artistic processes with the world and making it accessible to all people being inclusive of age, gender identity, cultures, skill level, and background. Her motto is wellness through creation.
- Grace Ann Ekström
Grace Ann is a writer, blogger, and aspiring graphic designer who comes from Texas. She has been blogging in various forms since 2008, her blogs evolving from simple travelogs, to a one-year Finding Happy project, and on to her current project, Bike and Skillet. She currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden with her Swedish husband and cat. She misses some good old Tex-Mex and frozen margaritas but she loves exploring all of the wonders that Sweden and the surrounding Scandinavian region have to offer.
- Grant Kelly
Grant is a chef with over 22 years experience. He has worked in some of the best restaurants and hotels around the world including 3 Michelin star restaurants in France and Raffles hotel Singapore.
- Hedir Al-chalabi
Hedir is a published author, who worked as a journalist and web editor. She is a full time developing individual, who fell in love with Stockholm...
- Ingrid Koning
- Jairo Hurtado
- Jill Leckie
- Karen Perez Guzman
Her passion is her profession: video, art, photography and travel, which she signs as: 1 way ticket. Maybe that's why she ended up so far from Mexico, her homeland. Her moto: There is so much world out there and one must see it all!
- Kate Blanchfield
Kate is a writer, scientist and surfer. Originally from London, she moved to Stockholm for her physics research and now she's staying for the fika and feminism.
- Katharine Trigarszky
Katharine Trigarszky is a freelance writer and editor originally from the UK but now living in Stockholm. She loves both cake and exercising, and is grateful that the latter allows her to indulge in the former. When not eating or working out, you'll probably find her exploring Stockholm with a latte in her hand.
- Mike Le Breton
- Miss V.
I am a first-time mom, over 40 and love most of it. I call both Cape Town and Stockholm home since 2004 and have been lucky enough to meet many local and international people in this great city. I will share some of my observations and lessons learned on my journey. I have a great interest in food and wine (WSET 3 and Sommelier Diploma, Restaurangakademien, 2012).
- Molka Immelbäck
Born and raised in North Africa, Molka lived most of her adult life in London before moving to Stockholm in 2017. She comes from the financial services world but her life has always been driven by her passions for yoga, art, writing, photography, cooking and natural wines. Molka is an educated sommelière from the WSET school of London and a certified Yoga Alliance Teacher in Hatha and Vinyasa. She is the owner of the artisanal and sustainable brand SEKAJINE and teaches Hatha yoga in Stockholm .
- Morgane Oléron
I eat, I run, I laugh, I travel and I write. In no particular order. Except for eating. Eating comes first.
- Natalia Londono
Colombian student based in Sweden. I came to Stockholm in September 2017 to do my master's program. I previously lived in Toronto, Canada and before that in Bogota, Colombia. My goal is to share a little bit of my experience as an international student in Stockholm. My interests are mostly based around food but I try to change it up a little bit.
- Natasha Webster
Natasha, originally from Canada, is a researcher based in Stockholm. She researches gender, migration and feminism. When she is not doing research, she is checking on her bee hives.
- Nina Uddin
Nina is a freelance translator and writer, who also takes her photography pretty seriously. Popular music in all its forms is her biggest passion and she knows what's going on in the Stockholm (and Swedish) music scene.
- Noel Sheehy
Noel is a writer and publisher from Ireland. When he is not writing controversial articles, he is out coaching his football team. Topics of interest include Football, Social issues etc.
- Petya Thorne
Petya Thorne is a blogger, print and video journalist with a background in history of art. Passionate about showcasing female artists, you’ll find her blogging at www.artyculate.com
- Rebecca Martin
- Ruth Dolla
Writer and marketing professional at the Official Tourism Board of Sweden - Visit Sweden during the day and curious explorer by night who also runs the blog livinlavidaloca.blogger on Instagram and Facebook about things to see and do in Sweden.
- Sally Perkins
Sally Perkins is a professional freelance writer with many years experience across many different areas. She made the move to freelancing from a stressful corporate job and loves the work-life balance it offers her. When not at work, Sally enjoys reading, hiking, spending time with her family and travelling as much as possible.
- Tracey Provan
Community manager, Therapist, Mum of one adorable little monster...er, child. Moved to Sweden for the love of Sweden and not for love itself. Crazy, right?!
- Viveka Maynez
Viveka is a visual merchandiser who likes to jump on a plane at the nearest possible chance, to travel and explore. This way she enhaces her inspiration based in the appreciation of different cultures from all over the world.
- Wai Lin Coultas
A Singaporean married to an Australian, Wai Lin develops exciting delicious recipes for her food and beverage distribution biz, writes on food and sub-edits for an Aussie newspaper, and covers Singapore's contemporary arts as docent and online reviewer. She loves Stockholm's amazing arts, culture, food and wine.
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