Kristine Nyborg is a photographer from Norway. She spent her early 20s as a photojournalist out of NYC, USA, her late 20s as a documentarian out of the Arctic regions, her early 30s as a photographer out of Oslo, Norway, and her late 30s a mother and documentarian of the everyday of family life.
She has a bachelor in photojournalism from San Francisco State University, a master’s in Visual Cultural Studies from the University of Tromsø, and a lot of curiosity towards learning intensely online.
She has been published mainly in Scandinavian print media, she’s made one documentary film about the cultural impact of Sami migration to Northwestern Alaska. Her work is focused around the ordinary everyday lives of her subjects, often being drawn by their relationship to nature.
She has recently come up for air after having had three children in the span of 15 months, and her recent work is on the mental struggles of motherhood as seen through the quirky and loud reality of her children.