„A fotó arra hivatott, hogy felrázza a képzelőerőt.
It is not enough to merely serve as a reminder.”
– Lucien Hervé

I'll start at the beginning. I was born on the last day of the summer of 1987. 18 years later, I made a special friendship with photography. My other hobby, cycling, helped me a lot on the way here. I pedaled competitively for years. I have been to beautiful places, which is why I had the opportunity to capture what I saw in photos. At that time, I was taking photographs not consciously, but with all the more enthusiasm. After my victory in the 2005 OX Hungarian Cycling Championship, instead of further racing, I definitively turned to photography. I knew then that this is what I wanted to do. To stand my ground in special situations, to get to know people, to grasp their values, to see behind the surface, and to show this to others.

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Although that in this creative profession, many say, paper doesn't matter, I graduated from Photojournalism at the Bálint György Journalism Academy. I spent my internship in the editorial office of MTI (Hungarian Information Office). The experiences I gained here made me aware that I had chosen more than just a profession, a vocation in fact.

I worked as a photojournalist for four years, but instead of the everyday grind, I wanted to use my creativity at a higher level. By creating my own photo essays, I felt I can better convey what I have to say to a receptive audience.

Munkáimmal több országos fotópályázaton szerepeltem sikerrel. A fotóriportjaimmal elért díjakon túl az esküvőfotózás területén több alkalommal sikerült elnyernem az Év Esküvőfotója díjat.