I was born in Workington, England in 1961, but I have lived most of my life in Horten, Norway. When I was a teenager I came across a beautiful picture of a snow covered apple in National Geographic. I think it was at this moment that my interest in photography was aroused. I have kept my interest in beautiful images since then whether photography has been my hobby, my full time job or a business on the side.
I have taken several courses in photography and Photoshop over the
years but I’m mostly self-taught. Today, my images can be seen and purchased from online galleries in the United States, India, England and Norway. A small selection has been exhibited in San Francisco and will move on to other large cities in the United States like Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.
I find inspiration everywhere, perhaps mostly on travels, but also through music, light and shadows, nature and other artists. Almost anything can give me the desire to create something, and often an idea comes out of nowhere.
I want to show you something extraordinary and beautiful in the mundane and give you a moment’s escape from reality, a short break from everyday life and hopefully you’ll get blown away for a second or two. Many of the images are processed digitally to bring out the mood I want to convey.
My photos are just as a suitable as beautiful interior details in the home as a soothing focal point in waiting rooms and offices, hotels and restaurants.
What about giving someone a beautiful print as a gift?
For more information follow me on
FAA : http://randi-grace-nilsberg.artistwebsites.com/
Twitter : @RandiGraceNilsb
Pinterest : http://www.pinterest.com/randigracenilsb/
Zazzle : http://www.zazzle.com/randigrace
Norwegian store: www.gracefulfoto.com
UK store: http://www.photo4me.com/canvasprints/Nilsberg
These photos have a similar style made from 2 photo layers; One black and white shot of the leaf and one photo of raindrops on the hood of a newly polished black BMW. These images can be bought separately, but they also look great when they hang together.