Andreas Lie is an engineering student from Hauge-sund, now living in Bergen, Norway. He's 24 and has found an international audience with his work, most notably with the series "Norwegian Wood" that merges portraits of Norwegian animals with the landscapes in which they live. The use of digital double exposure - a process which involves merging two unique photographs to create one piece of art - provides a unique and wonderful expression and by using a simple idea in a new way he's quickly become a recognisable artist.
Lie's images reflect a deep appreciation for nature and the wildlife that inhabits the wilderness near his home. He is fortunate to live in a place surrounded by majestic mountains and wild spaces, which are undoubtedly an inexhaustible source of inspiration for him in his work.
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