Born in 1962 in Central Norway, Dag Røttereng is a renowned Norwegian photographer who has been working mainly with nature photography for more than thirty years. His work has evolved from classic wildlife and landscape photography to a more artistic and often abstract approach in the last years. He has contributed photographic articles to several publications and journals, and has published one book. Dag frequently lectures on composition and digital editing, and gives presentations on photography at festivals, trade shows and workshops.

Dag Røttereng’s images have appeared on everything from postage stamps to billboards, in magazines, newspapers and advertising. His work has also been exhibited in galleries widely. Dag Røttereng has been highly awarded in numerous international photo competitions, including GDT Nature Photographer of the Year and The Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year.