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About

I am mostly captivated by emotions and moments in the realm of photography. My objective is for my photographs to narrate stories, and I aspire for people to feel like they are immersed in the moment when they gaze upon my images. I consider myself a documentary photographer; the realm of staged imagery has never truly enticed me. Instead, I have always sought out actions and subtle, concealed moments. When working with me, a photoshoot unfolds in a stress-free, utterly relaxed atmosphere, enabling the capture of the most genuine and natural pictures of everyone involved.

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My interest in the world of photography began in my early childhood, but it wasn't until 2015 that I started taking it more seriously. In 2016, I became the photographer for Corvinus University of Budapest, and a year later, I began photographing concerts supported by the DRK brand. I also worked as a press photographer for Károli Gáspár Reformed University for several years. In December 2019, I received one of the greatest honors when FINA invited me to participate as the official photographer at the Kuwait Junior Water Polo World Championships.

In addition to my major projects, I have photographed numerous weddings, portraits, families, and animals. Over the years, I have discovered that I enjoy these more intimate events alongside the adventurous ones. I can take photographs for my clients that they can cherish with great happiness and love for years to come.

In 2022 December, I received another tremendous honor when I was invited to host a month-long solo exhibition at Tihany Abbey's Rege Confectionery. The exhibition featured landscape and bird photographs. Nature has always attracted and resonated with me throughout my life. Whenever I went on hikes, my camera was always tucked away in my bag, ready to capture the beauty of the explored landscapes.

A year before the exhibition, I moved to the Netherlands for four months, where I frequented forests, meadows and beaches daily to photograph birds. Without realizing it, I found myself "waking up" to the nature every morning and spotting birds hidden among the leaves, paying attention to even the slightest rustling. 

The exhibition is available online here:

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