Piece description from the artist
The towering south wall of the ancient Colosseum amphitheatre in Rome, Italy, constructed from 70 to 80 AD.
Christer Berg was introduced to the world of photography in his teens, when he found himself inspired by the likes of Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Cartier Bresson and Richard Avedon. This wide range of influence instilled a passion for taking all kinds of photographs.
Whether it be landscapes, still life, portraits or street photography, Christer is excited by any subject that can be captured well, tells a story, stirs emotions, and encourages reaction. After taking time to focus on family and starting a professional career, Christer has found himself behind a camera lens once again. He has rediscovered his love for capturing his surroundings, and can be found at music concerts, sporting events, picturesque landscapes, and in the company of the people who inspire his creativity.