Edwin Sahlin/N was born in 1997 Stockholm, Sweden.
The interest in photography started in 2010. Nature in general and birds in particular has from the beginning been the primary object. The best with birds is you have them everywhere but still they are challenging. Also there are so many different species depending on the location.
During 2014 he was awarded as finalist in the 15-17 years old category, in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, with his image of a Siberian jay ”Snowbird”. The awards ceremony of the 50th WPOTY in London was a fantastic experience. Earlier that year he won the title ”Young Nordic Nature Photographer of the Year 2014” in NNPC, included a portfolio of 6 images. In 2015 his first exhibition took place in his hometown. During 2017 he started holding lectures.
His aim with his photography is to emotionally affect people. In a world when we produce a lot of products, evolve new technology and expansion our cities - we need to think about what we want, and what we do to the nature around us. When we loose biological diversity we will loose so much more then we can imagine, everything is connected to each other.
Member of Naturfotograferna /N since 2016.