Ever since picking up the camera, photography has always been about light for Ina K. Andersen (1990). She has studied visual communication and photography and has been working in this field, mainly in Oslo for the past 8 years.
Her cherry on the pie has always been personal projects and catching in-between moments, where this intimate relationship with light always plays a big part. She has throughout the years created a clean stylistic style, focusing on the relationship between space, light and object, an artistic approach she has to both commercial and art projects.
In her latest projects she has raised questions around our own presence in the moment, life and also in our surroundings, trying to find connection to earth and origin.
Her pictures is often described as poetic with a melancholic tone
Her motifs are often driven by moods and inner pictures, and she describes it as if the images choose her.
Originally starting out with painting, she has always been inspired by the light of epic painters like Caravaggio, classic still life and the meditative and melancholic mood of Mark Rothko, but her biggest source of inspiration has always connected to her own life events.
Ina is deeply passionate about bananas, vinyls, her family, the universe, designer-chairs, her rock-collection and yoga.