Erika Larsen is a multidisciplinary storyteller who believes that photography is one of the most important ways to explore our understanding of time. She is fascinated by the way we communicate with nature and often focuses on people that maintain strong relationships to the natural world. Her monograph ‘Sami- Walking with Reindeer’, a reflection of her time living in the Scandinavian Arctic, was published in 2013.

Larsen was a 2017 Fellow with the National Geographic Society for a three year project that explored how ritual can help us communicate our relationship to liminality, consciousness and daily life. Her work has been included in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, National Geographic Society, Fotografiska Museum and the United States Embassy in Oslo.

In 2020, she was the Eliza Scidmore Award recipient for immersive storytelling. Her most recent book, Materia Prima, was released in 2021.