Posts Tagged: project

New Yorkers, what do we have in common?

During a recent trip to New York, I decided to continue working on the project that I started at Foundry workshop in Guatemala this summer, with plans to make the work global. Titled What do we have in common?, the project is

New Yorkers, what do we have in common?

During a recent trip to New York, I decided to continue working on the project that I started at Foundry workshop in Guatemala this summer, with plans to make the work global. Titled What do we have in common?, the project is

What do we have in common?

Back in July, I attended Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Antigua, Guatemala, working alongside a dozen of talented imagemakers from around the world under the guidance of lovely Maggie Steber. After crossing hundreds of miles on an 18-hour flight from London, I set my

What do we have in common?

Back in July, I attended Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Antigua, Guatemala, working alongside a dozen of talented imagemakers from around the world under the guidance of lovely Maggie Steber. After crossing hundreds of miles on an 18-hour flight from London, I set my

On Motherhood

I recently launched a new project titled Motherhood ABC, exploring personal feelings about the prospect of becoming a mother, as well as historical, cultural and social stereotypes about motherhood. The work raised many questions and discussions (which is always great!), so

On Motherhood

I recently launched a new project titled Motherhood ABC, exploring personal feelings about the prospect of becoming a mother, as well as historical, cultural and social stereotypes about motherhood. The work raised many questions and discussions (which is always great!), so

Everyday Eastern Europe

I was instantly inspired by Everyday Africa project that pushed the boundaries of mobile photography to draw a complex and unusually bright image of daily life in Africa. It was set up to challenge stereotypical representation of the continent in the

Everyday Eastern Europe

I was instantly inspired by Everyday Africa project that pushed the boundaries of mobile photography to draw a complex and unusually bright image of daily life in Africa. It was set up to challenge stereotypical representation of the continent in the

FEJS Winter School

After a two-month break, it is time for a short update on my recent creative activities. I am currently in my home country, taking part in FEJS Winter School for young photojournalists. Over the weekend, we attended a series of talks and practical

FEJS Winter School

After a two-month break, it is time for a short update on my recent creative activities. I am currently in my home country, taking part in FEJS Winter School for young photojournalists. Over the weekend, we attended a series of talks and practical

2012 Advent Calendar

As the world was expected to end on this day a year ago, I created a special Advent Calendar counting to the 21st of December 2012. Every day for the first three weeks of the month my Instagram account featured

2012 Advent Calendar

As the world was expected to end on this day a year ago, I created a special Advent Calendar counting to the 21st of December 2012. Every day for the first three weeks of the month my Instagram account featured

Danger Deep Water

Danger Deep Water is a six-month project completed between the end of my degree course in June and a graduation ceremony in December. The work explores the uncertainties of the early stages of a post-university life and is a personal attempt

Danger Deep Water

Danger Deep Water is a six-month project completed between the end of my degree course in June and a graduation ceremony in December. The work explores the uncertainties of the early stages of a post-university life and is a personal attempt