Juliane Solvång is an artisan and visual storyteller, based in Erfurt, Germany.
With a degree in puppetry and performing arts, Juliane graduated from Ernst Busch Academy in Berlin in 2003. Since then she has been working both as a puppeteer and as a scenographer for theatres such as Nationaltheater Mannheim, Figurentheater St. Gallen, TJG Dresden, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Theater Basel, Figurteateret i Nordland as well as for a number of theatre festivals in Scandinavia, Switzerland and Germany. About twelve years ago, Juliane began to create custom made, bespoke cloth dolls for clients based in America, Europe and Asia and has taught dollmaking in Sweden, Germany, the UK and Netherlands. From time to time, Juliane enjoys working for magazines as a content creator for DIY projects.
In 2013, Juliane started The One Bouquet per Day project, a long term series of daily self-portraits as a creative exercise of picking one bouquet of (wild) flowers a day. Her project quickly gained broad attention and is being followed by more than 16.7K Instagram followers around the world. Juliane cherishes the simple and authentic, and loves natural light to capture unfiltered moments with a Scandi touch, inspired from living in the Swedish countryside. Her photo series has been featured in Flow Magazine (NL), The Sunday Times, the Norwegian DI Weekend Magasin, Gardenista, Radio Eins, SPON, ze.tt, Allers Trädgård, SisterMag, among others. As a member of the Swedish non-profit organisation Sustainable Influencers, Juliane holds lectures with focus on sustainable lifestyle and biodiversity, offers flower walks and classes in edible flowers, plant dyes and floral arrangements.
Only recently, Juliane has moved from her farmhouse in the south of Sweden to the beautiful city of Erfurt, Germany. Besides her theatre work, she is currently focusing on a book project as well as on her One Bouquet per Day series.