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Elli Asker's landscape photography stands out for its abstract elements and vibrant hues, aiming to encapsulate the vigor and vitality of contemporary existence. Her fine art photography represents a dynamic and compelling movement that endeavors to capture the pulse of modern life through the camera's lens. With a distinctive fusion of Scandinavian influences, she infuses her landscapes with an understated elegance, highlighting beauty and sleek lines. A specialist in capturing the delicate interplay of light, Asker often explores settings with muted illumination, embracing the sought-after ambiance of twilight, dawn, and adverse weather conditions to craft her graceful and evocative pieces, whether rendered in vivid color or monochrome.

Neon city 

Eerily deserted industrial landscapes consume my "Neon City" series. Unusual vantage points in our modern world show new perspectives on the everyday places we pass through without a second thought. Now, enveloped in vivacious saturations of color and bleeds of light, they reveal sentiments beyond the mundane. Channeling the expressive spirit of masters like David Hockney and Benoît Paillé, the commonplace takes on new life in my visual perceptions and post-production of these familiar yet otherworldly scenes.


North Pole 
2023 - ongoing

The breathtaking scenery of Norway's North Pole scenery will enthrall and intrigue you. During my trip to the North Pole, I captured extraordinary beauty all around.


Gotland & Fårö 

Once I left the ferry in the harbor of the island's capital, Visby, I was greeted by the medieval flair of the island. The island metropolis, with its medieval city walls, centuries-old buildings, church ruins, and cobblestone streets, is one of the best-preserved old Hanseatic cities in Northern Europe. 

The island Fårö, which is only separated from the northern tip of Gotland by a narrow sound. Fårö has numerous Raukar formations and a number of long beaches. I was interested in the island's recent history closely linked to the director Ingmar Bergman, who lived on Fårö for many years and shot several of his films there. 

Inspired by Andrew Wyeth: Quite Landscape
2021 - 2022

Serenity in Essex: A Mindful Landscape Journey
2021 - 2022

"Serenity in Essex" is a captivating photo series that takes you on a soul-soothing exploration of the region's natural wonders and the profound beauty they offer.

Through the lens of mindfulness, "Serenity in Essex" offers a reminder to savor life's simple moments, to find solace in nature's embrace, and to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us every day. Each photograph becomes an invitation to practice mindfulness and cherish the profound connection we share with the world around us.