For almost three years, I haven't seen my little sister and while daily conversations via video chat will never replace warmth of a hug, it made us even closer. Despite 5-year age difference, due to special mental interconnection, we have developed strong relationship, as if we were born as twins - we feel each other's pains, thoughts at a distance. 7 hours apart but like in the same room: we laugh, sob, share dreams, make and break promises. The series is metaphysical landscape, study of memory. These are our family places, like our treasure chest full of memories that is on surface of the earth, but only we know where to look. It's about the reflection of reality, unification of space and plane of time - to see the new universe, the familiar landscape in a new quality. This land may be forgotten for some, but never for us.
Portrait and fine art photographer covering social, psychological, environmental aspects based on contemporary issues in the world. * IPA 2016 - 2nd Prize Winner - Still Life Category * IPA 2016 - Honorable Mention - Fine Art : Still Life Category * IPA 2016 - Honorable Mention - Nature : Flowers Category * IPA 2016 - Honorable Mention - Fine Art : Portrait Category * PX3 2016 - Bronze Winner - Other Category * PX3 2016 - Honorable Mention – Category * IPA 2015 - Honorable Mention - Fine Art : Other_FA Category * IPA 2015 - Honorable Mention - Fine Art : Nudes Category * Finalist in the Altered Images category of Smithsonian.com’s 13th Annual Photo Contest * Finalist of the 8th edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers