Born in Oslo, and raised in Norway’s ski cradle Telemark. I have now lived in Oslo for more than 35 years and have also spent several years abroad, in the US, France, Germany and South Africa. My professional life has mainly been as an administrator in the field of performing and visual arts. This is why I have an extensive experience in arts and culture. And I enjoy the most showing guests the varied cultural life in Oslo. Some of my favorite spots include the Munch museum, the National Gallery and the modern art museums, Henie Onstad and AStrup Fearnley. The latter housed in a startling modern building designed by the famous Italian architect Renzo Piano. An hour’s drive outside Oslo you find the Kistefos sculpture park with the famous Twist gallery, a beautiful building twisting its way across a river. The gallery was listed by New York Times as number 21 of 52 places well worth visiting in 2020. I would love to share some of my knowledge and enthusiasm with tourists visiting my city.