From an early age I have been fascinated by the mechanics and the magic that worked inside that little box called photo camera.
When I was 15 I went to a photography course where I learned all technicalities about photography and how to develop b&w film. I borrowed my father’s Smena and started my own experiments on film.
My fine arts education brought me closer to photography and helped me with composition and other aspects of the art. I developed my own knowledge of photography and its various fields during years of personal studies and exploratory projects.
At the end of the 1st decade of the ’00s I had some of my photographs, themed “Jam it”, exposed along with other visual artists’ works during a musical event in an old and decayed printing-house’s building in the heart of Bucharest.
In the same period I had the great opportunity to enhance my creativity and took part in a group exhibition “In the dark” in a rural summer camp in Preluca Veche (north Romania) where artists had to hold an exhibition of a “so far unseen proportion”. Our creativity brought us to hold an exhibition literally in the dark (if someone can imagine that!) with real art products we created then and there. And it was a success, welcomed and much appreciated by the visitors.
Some of my photographs were published in a local magazine depicting customs and life of locals (Vatra Chioreana no.4, September, 2010 – p.76-81, p.96-103)
By the end of the 2nd decade of the ’00s I participated with photography works on a series of group international exhibitions at PH21GALLERY (among which was CorpoRealities, -scapes, Staged, Forward the Tradition, Feminine / Masculine) and a digital international exhibition called terra & tide at ENVISION ARTS.
My current work now develops around my own photography exploratory projects (some are still ongoing) presented in my Portfolio.
To view my other photographs, not yet put together in a project, please visit my Instagram
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