Le travail photographique d’Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin

Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin called her first photo exhibit, “Ecce Homo,” (See the Human Being). This title made sense because people have always been central in Elisabeth’s photos. In a single stroke, the Ecce Homo project caused Elisabeth to rise above the anonymity of free-lancing and firmly established her reputation.

Elisabeth has deep roots as a documentary photographer, having started her career as a press photographer in 1980. She has a unique ability to compose a picture and uses skills comparable to those of a film director in order to create the desired portraits. Her work ranges from photos for glossy magazines or record covers, portraits of businessmen and photos for annual reports, to serious and controversial art projects.

On Elisabeth’s website you will find examples of both her commercial and artistic work.