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Mimsy Møller

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Margaret Irene "Mimsy" Møller (born November 2, 1955, in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian press photographer, living in Oslo.

Møller is a 1979 graduate of Bennington College, Vermont, United States, where she studied photography and German literature.[1] She has worked as a photographer and journalist at The Bennington Banner, Vermont, and photographed for the United Press International in the USA. In Norway she worked as a press photographer for the daily newspaper Dagsavisen (formerly Arbeiderbladet) from 1984 - 2022. She is one of the so-called "first generation women press photographers" in Norway.[2]

In 2006, she won 1st prize in the category Daily Life in Norway in the press photographers Picture of the Year Competition. She is represented in the collection of The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo and the Robert Meyer Collection. Her work is also in the collection of Preus museum in Horten, Norway.

In the 1980s, she was active in the women’s photo group Hera and the women's radio station RadiOrakel in Oslo. Møller is represented by the Norwegian photo agency Samfoto NTB in Oslo.


  1. ^ Morten Krogvold: 103 øyeblikk. Norske portrettfotografier utvalgt og presentert av Morten Krogvold, Dinamo Forlag (103 moments. Norwegian portrait photographs selected and presented by Morten Krogvold. Dinamo publishing house) (2002) ISBN 82-8071-013-2
  2. ^ Tom Martinsen: 118 øyeblikk. Norske reportasjefotografier utvalgt og presentert av Tom Martinsen, Dinamo Forlag (118 moments. Norwegian documentary photographs selected and presented by Tom Martinsen. Dinamo publishing house) (2003) ISBN 82-8071-052-3