Ola Løvholm (spelled ‘Loevholm’ without Norwegian letters ), born 1986, is a lifelong student interested in culture, technology and politics and generally how things works. The last four years he has been studying for a bachelors degree in Digital Media and one year at Rhetoric and Language Communication at the University of Oslo. During his undergraduate studies he had the pleasure of studying topics such as media history, programming, humour in media, computer games, film history, system development, writing, philosophy, popular culture and much more. He also spent a year studying at the University of Stuttgart in Baden-Würtemberg where he learned some computing theory, translation, a whole lot about himself and the German language and culture. After his four years as an undergraduate student he went to Scotland, with his girlfriend Jules, to take a MSc in Digital Media and Culture. From January 2012 he is working as a research assistant on the project “Clouds and Concerts” at the University of Oslo.
Former work experience involves being a tutor in System Development UiO where he taught group lectures and corrected in-semester papers for students. More recent work experience includes presenting the University of Oslo on educational exhibitions and high schools throughout Norway and providing visitors and guests at the Norwegian Telecom Museum with information. At the museum he also taught high school classes how to make radio and the history of telecommunication and related topics. Ola is also conducting various digital media experiments.
His non-topical interests include photography, culture, history and traveling to places where he can stroll around and absorbing new impressions.
My formal Curriculium Vitae is not available at the moment. More about my education and work experience can be found at LinkedIn. I am also working on a page where I gather all my information shared on the internet. From the links on this page you should be able to find me on Facebook and Twitter. I do also use Panoramio and Flickr frequently.