Niclas Larsson was born and raised in the Swedish coastal town Gothenburg, where he began his acting career at the young age of six. After starring in numerous acting gigs during his childhood and teenage years, he eventually moved into directing shorts and music videos. Larsson did not complete his film degree at the USC in Los Angeles, but instead took a leap of faith and moved to Stockholm. He soon started assisting directors like Adam Berg and Marlind/Stein. His first music video became an instant YouTube success – granting him a seat at the table as a director with Camp David. He rapidly became one of Scandinavia’s most sought after commercial directors – working with clients like Adidas, Netflix, Volvo, and T-Mobile. In 2013 Larsson finished his acclaimed short-film, “Vatten” – which won him numerous awards, and has toured festivals around the globe. Today he’s represented by Iconoclast and is a partner at Newland in Stockholm together with Gustav Johansson and producer Erik Torell. Right now he’s busy putting together his first feature film.