I was born in a small town, Sopron, in Eastern-Europe, Hungary. I studied classical music in my early ages, got my first camera at the age of 16. I started my creative life as a singer-songwriter. After working for six years as a successful recording artist and after I graduated from Photography in Budapest, at MOME in 2012, I decided to focus on and pursue a career in photography and stimulate my artistic vocabulary.
Since 2015 I live and create in New York City. I’m interested in human stories, in character-driven storytelling and I consider myself as a documentarian & portrait photographer.
My work has been published in WSJ, CR Fashion Book, Unemployed Magazine, Glamour US, Manifesto Asia and my commercial clients include Tory Burch, Theory, Re/Done Levi’s, La Garconne, Nike, 3x1, Ana Khouri and Coca-Cola.