Collection: Sem Larsen

The photographs depict the animals of the savanna and to find his own expression, he has created so-called photopolymer, through a type of printing technique.
Sem Larsen thinks this gives an atmospheric impression, it looks a bit old.

Being active full-time as a photographer is something few are blessed with, Sem Larsen has experienced that, but never losing sight of image creation is important to him. It is easy to see in the image suites from the savanna trip in Africa in 2014, and in the ambition to rework the nature images using the art graphic process photopolymer.

The passionate naturalist lives as he teaches; a bit away from built-up areas, other living conditions become accompanying. Hunting, fishing and, not least, care and concern for nature provide quality of life.


University of Photography, Gothenburg

After completing photography training, in 1989 he became a member of the image agency Korthuset, later in Pixgallery Bildbyrå. He freelanced for several years, during which architecture and travel photos and product photos were part of everyday life


Rydal's museum
Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg
Vänersborg Art Gallery, Vänersborg
Krapperups Art Gallery, Nyhamnsläge


The Hasselblad scholarship
Tore G. Wärenstam foundation's scholarship