Linda Rosewall’s artistic path was cemented during her childhood. She was inspired by her farther, an accomplished musician and composer who raised his six children as a performing family act.
The experience of traveling the United States and Canada in a small airplane piloted by her father provided the opportunity for Linda to capture these moments on her small Kodak Instamatic Camera.
At the age of 18, she enrolled at Columbia College of Fine Arts Chicago. During her studies, Linda apprenticed under photographer Norman Bilisko and later worked with Dennis Manarchy, Gregory Heisler, Lorraine Sylvestre and Raymond Meier.
Linda opened her first studio in Sydney, Australia in 1994 where Vogue Australia became the first major magazine to feature her still life images. Today, her clients include Harper’s Bazaar, China Vogue, GQ, Marie Claire, Grazia, Women’s Health and Men’s Health magazines.
Inspired by the Australian landscape, Linda’s photography featuring breathtaking fauna and flora caught the attention of skincare and fragrance industries. Combined with botanical studies, still life and the beauty genre continue to be the central theme of her works.
Linda is based in Italy and travels to New York, Australia and throughout the EU.