|Connect with me|
Tommy Ingberg is a self-taught photographer and visual artist, born 1980 in Sweden. He works with photography and digital image editing, creating minimalistic and self-reflecting surreal photo montages dealing with human nature, feelings and thoughts.
|Interviews, in selection|
|2012||Watch Magazine Russia - Melancholic Minimalism|
|2012||Adore Noir Magazine - Interview with Tommy Ingberg|
|Awards, in selection|
|2013||Sony World Photography Awards - Commended|
|2013||German International DVF Photocup - 2 medals + Best Author (Fotosalon Niedersachsen)|
|2012||Lumen Prize Exhibition - Winner|
|2012||Grand Prix de la Decouverte /International Fine Art Photography Competition - Category finalist / Honorable Mention + 2 Juror Award of Merit|
|2012||PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris - 1st place (Gold Medal Winner) in Category Non-Professional Fine Art/Digitally Enhanced|
|2012||PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris - Honorable Mention|
|2012||2012 International Loupe Awards - Silver Award + Bronze Award|
|2012||12th Malmö International Exhibition of Photographic Art - PSA Gold Medal (Best in show monochrome section)|
|2012||12th Malmö International Exhibition of Photographic Art - FIAP Bronze Medal|
|2012||4th Finland International Digital Circuit - PSA Silver Medal|
|2012||Photographer's Forum 32nd Annual Spring 2012 - Finalist|
|2012||Adore Noir Portfolio Contest - One of six winners/finalists|
|2012||2nd Indonesian Salon of Art Photography - PSA Silver Medal|
|2012||2nd International Donkey Art Prize - Finalist|
|2012||Sony World Photography Awards - Commended|
|2011||International Photography Awards 2011- Honorable Mention|
|Bio in Swedish|
Right now I’m working on two new series of images, “Moments” and “Solitaire”. The images above are the first in the “Solitaire” series which is a continuation of the “Reality Rearranged” series...
My work is featured in the latest issue of Mirror Magazine (Spain). The magazine can be viewed online as a PDF or downloaded from the app-store to your iDevice...
I have changed the site into a “responsive” design that should scale both layout and type to fit the screen better. This makes the site easier to view on devices with small screens, for example smart phones. I have not yet fully tested the design on different browsers and devices, so there might be some bugs in the beginning. Bear with me...