Palli Stefánsson

Páll Stefánsson

Editor and Photographer Iceland Review/Atlantica

Photographer Páll Stefánsson was born in Öxarfjarðarhreppur, North Iceland, a stone's throw from the Arctic Circle, on June 7, 1958. He studied photography in the Kingdom of Sweden from '79 to '82 and has since been working at Iceland Review magazine, now as the magazine's editor.

He has published more than 30 books and done more than 300 magazine covers. He has worked for The New York Times, Geo, UNICEF, Leica Cameras, Condé Nast Traveler, Hasselblad, VW, The Observer, UNESCO and SONY, to name just a few. He has exhibited his work in all continents except Antarctica.

A Fish Called Herring (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
We had the Cod Wars, but now the herring is on the line.

Halfhearted Promise (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
Photography in thirty plus years.

This Summer (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
Five degrees Celsius is 41 degrees Fahrenheit.

But(t)… (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
The backpacker's new clothes.

Midnight Light (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
Leaving Iceland.

Images (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
It’s no secret that I liked Secret Solstice.

Like Father Like Sons

All three sons of former football star Eiður Guðjohnsen, who played for FC Barcelona among other teams, are now footballers, according to Eiður’s mother, Ólöf Einarsdóttir, who was interviewed on radio station Bylgjan this morning.

H E L P (PS)

By Páll Stefánsson
Here in Iceland the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East seems to be too far away to move people.