Where do you live?
Södermalm, in the south of Stockholm.
What’s best about your neighbourhood?
You get to know people around here easier than in the city centre; it’s a kind and friendly neighbourhood.
What are your favourite Stockholm stores?
Brandstationen, a vintage store on Krukmakargatan where you can find treasures such as an old lamp or a stuffed bird. Söderhallarna, a great food market on Medborgarplatsen, and Nathalie Schuterman on Birger Jarlsgatan for extravagant fashion.
Is there a local café or pub you prefer?
I go to Puck café in Hornsgatan, near my office, almost every day for lunch.
Any recommendations for local foods to try?
The oysters at Sturehof, from Sweden’s west coast, are the best in the world.
Where do you like to celebrate?
At Mathias Dahlgren restaurant on Blasieholmshamnen.
How do you like to travel around Stockholm?
I walk or go by bus.
What do you think is the best museum there?
Fotografiska on Stadsgårdshamnen, because I love photography.
Who in your city do you most admire?
The nurses at the South Hospital are angels.
Where are the best bargains?
At the flower and fruit stands at Hötorget.
Any advice for visitors?
Some Swedes are shy – be patient and you’ll get a friend for life.
Anywhere you’d recommend visitors avoid?
The Old Town is a real tourist trap.
What can’t you live without?
My family, love, music and Earl Grey tea.