Photographer Nina Sederholm was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 1970, and grew up in the Nordic She began her professional work in photography at the age of 17, when she was employed as a press photographer. Subsequently she earned a B.F.A in photography from the Nykarleby School of Arts in Finland. Today, she also has a degree in Art Management.
Since the 1980s she has worked in many different areas of her field -- as a press and commercial photographer, independent artist, graphic designer, contest judge, lecturer, teacher, and project consultant). Beginning in 1993, she has exhibited her work in Europe, Africa and in the U.S.A.
Presently she is a teacher in Photography, Art and Culture at Practicum, Helsinki, Finland. 2002 she built up a new one year study programme with the focus on digital photography. Today, the programme still exist and is a very populate programme at Västra Nylands folkhögskola
) She has worked as a coordinator for "The Memory of the Photograph," for the Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki, Finland, a project a regional database of important photography collections, surveying the Nordic countries, the Baltic States, and Russia.
Different people and cultures have always fascinated Sederholm, whose international background is reflected in some of her bodies of work.
Sederholm enjoys collaborating with other people, and believes that people should strive to inspire each other instead of competing.
(Excerpts from this and other of Sederholm's projects can be found online. We'll add links later.)
Ever since 1996 Sederholm's projects have been supported by different grants. Her professional memberships include the International Association of Art, and the Valokuvataiteilijoiden liitto.