Paul Solberg (b. 1969, Minnesota), works have been shown at galleries and museums throughout the world, and published in Wall Street Journal International, CNN Travel, Interview Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, and New York Daily News. Originally known for his exquisite still life portraits, the same sensitivity is seen in his human subjects, photographing today’s legendary artist Ai Wei Wei, and his haunting portraits in Service (2010), which resides in such collections as the Elton John Photography Collection. Solberg’s work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries including La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Subte (Montevideo), Galerie Catherine Houard (Paris), Galerie Sho Contemporary Art (Tokyo), Galerie Hiltawsky (Berlin), Christopher Henry Gallery (New York), and Karl Hutter Fine Art (LA), and Casa de Costa, New York. Solberg also shares an international career as one of the Art Duo, The Hilton Brothers, with fellow artist Christopher Makos. Solberg lives in New York City.