Welcome to my Photo Website!
My name is Siri Wolland and I am a Norwegian photographer. I had my photography education at Fotoskolan in Stockholm (Sweden) in the early 1980’s. Then I moved to Paris and worked there for three years with fashion, film and TV. I also worked for French TV, Antenne 2, TF1 and FR3, before moving to London and continued my education in film and television at Croydon College of Fine Art. I have varied and quite long photography experience in documentary, film, fashion and advertising, and in adition, art and culture inspired photography. I’ve had many photo exhibitions. My first photo exhibition was at the Norwegian Theater in 1986. Then I had exhibitions:
-Library in Luster Municipality with pictures from Ormelid Gard, 2012.
-Cafe Abel in Oslo, with the series “Eternal Ullevål”, 2012.
– “Picasso-Oslo” at the National Museum of Architecture in Oslo, 2013.
– “Images from Rena” in Åmot Kulturhus during the Cultural Days in 2013, and I participated in 2014 as well.
– “The Health of Mother and Child – An exciting journey in Africa and Asia”, together with Prof Dr Med. Babill Stray-Pedersen in the fall of 2014 at the National Hospital in Oslo. Photographs from projects in Nepal, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
– “Result, Death” at Svalbard Museum, 2017. A collaboration project between the museum, Governor of Svalbard and the Norwegian Directorate of Cultural Heritage.
– “Photographer’s Favorites”, Albin Upp in Oslo, 2018 and 2019.
– “Sicilian Pictures”, DC3 at Fornebu, 2018.
-Exhibitions in connection with work shops with photographer Morten Krogvold, 2020, and 2021.
-Romeriksutstillingen 2021 (juryert). One photo and one painting.
I have a degree from Nydalen Art School’s 4-year course in painting, and one year at DTK art school in Bærum/Oslo. In 2015, I obtained my Masters degree in History of Art at the University of Oslo.
Sound and use of voice in media productions is another of my interests. I make podcasts. Here are some examples of my voice (in Norwegian).
I have many published articles and photographs in the press and Art Magazines.
Please visit my art blog Cultura Notes. https://culturanotes.com. Thank you!