“The Long Way Home explores the lush countryside of Värmland, a historical province in Western Sweden. Moller spent her summers there as a child and has been photographing its surroundings for the past five years. Her landscapes, shrouded in a dense fog and dotted with the outlines of trees, convey a sense of wonder at approaching a familiar place but seeing it afresh for the first time. Anna says of the area, 'If you walk the land, you can feel swells of quiet, seas of forests, and rivers made of glass. If you look closely, you can see the stories of my family.'” — The Wild Project
Anna Moller (b. 1977) is a Swedish-American fine art and commercial photographer living in New York. She has been recognized by the New York Photo Awards, International Photography Awards and American Photography. Her portfolio shot on assignment for AnOther Magazine at NY Fashion Week awarded her winning placement at PDN’s “The Look” contest. Her solo exhibition, “The Long Way Home,” features a series of ethereal landscapes shot in Sweden debuted at the Wild Project Gallery in New York City and was later commissioned by the United Nations. She was named one of the Ten Most Inspiring Artists in New York by Refinery29 in 2012.Read Full Bio
Her photographs have been featured commercially in a range of publications from Papier Mache and Nido to City Magazine and Real Simple, as well as for fashion initiatives supporting designers such as Loeffler Randall, Roberta Freymann and Jules Smith. Anna also specializes in private portraiture.
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