I was born in 1980 in Pécs, Hungary. I graduated from the University of Sorbonne, Paris. André Kertész or Brassai’s pictorial world has a decisive influence on my photography. The media of photograph gives me the opportunity and the surface to unravel and capture the objects and events from the fetters of time and existence.
In my work, I try to show remembrance and presentity simultaneously by the fact, that the images have a lot of space, time, mass and energy. The mass of the photo is the subject, the energy of the photo is the message. In addition to conscious planning, the random role is at least as important in perception and photography as it is the decisive moment or the outline of an endless motion produced by the light.
The main question of my research and doctorial program is: Intimacy and alienation in the photography.