Kristjan Logason is Norwegian based photographer that mainly works in Editorial, Advertising and commercial photography as well as stock and fine art photography.
His images have been publishd in almost every magasine and newspaper in Iceland and also has been published world wide.His images are used in textbooks in USA on how to do good advertising.
Kristjan speaks Icelandic like a native, has good English, fine Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.Understandable German but very little Spanish.
You can contact Kristjan
by phone: +47.916.62.749
by e-mail: kristjan(at)aurora.is
by: skype - krissflame
In the years 2006 - 2008 Kristjan took on an extensive travel through USA, Canada, Mexico and Central America photographing what ever fell before his camera lens.He is now back in Iceland working on his book, serving clients and working on those photographs.
the first work from the trip USA my way can be viewed at http://www.aurora.is
Kristjans images have made its mark on Icelandic advertising landscape and where in 2006 selected to be amongst the best advertising images ever to be made in Iceland.They are also used in textbooks on how to do good advertising in USA
He has held several solo Fine Art Photography exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions.
Kristjan is equally familiar with digital photography, post-work in Photoshop, Lightroom and other digital media as film based photography and post-work like scanning and color correcting or digitally manipulating images.
Kristjan is a member of Icelandic photographers association and has worked for them.He currently takes care of PR for them.Kristjan is also a member of FISL - Contemporary photographers of Iceland
German phase7 uses the latest technology in their unique outdoor shows. 35 small illuminated helicopters lead a spectacular multimedia show by Lille Lungegårdsvannet. The glowing swarm dances to an original score and lures us into a strange universe.
The 61st Bergen international festival opening ceremony was held at festplassen in central Bergen hosting guests like Trude Drevland Mayor of Bergen, Jens Stoltenberg Prime minister of Norway, Hadia Tajik Norways cultural minister and former preside.
Marian Sæther from Norway and Michele Ramazza from Italy, the winners of Brandseth Downhill Kayaking, went home with a whopping 10.000 NRK cash prize at the Voss Extreme Games. 1st July 2011
The Strandaelva River is larger than the locals have ever seen. But, it did not scare the rafting participants in European Cup R4,The European Sprint and a head-to-head competition from going down the river more than once. Norway. 28th June 2011