I was born in Budapest, and currently live in Australia. I’m interested in the mundane, overlooked and unnoticed urban detail, a crack in the pavement or the way a shadow falls across a wall. It’s the residue left behind in the natural environment by human activity, the shapes created by colour, by light and shade. My work has been described by others as almost archaeological in nature. I enjoy photographing events and gatherings of most kinds, and I’m available for those and any other assignments. If you’d like to use my services, please click on contact in the menu.
I also like music and sound, to which end I’m learning to play trumpet. I have a Fender P bass with I like to mess about with as well. In a previous life, I was a classically trained violin player, who played amplified violin and gigged in various situations with others in and around Melbourne, a capital city in Australia’s south.
As far as photographic qualifications are concerned, I graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Art in photography at the end of 2014, and then Honours a year later. I may or may not write a proposal for a Masters in the near future.
Clicking on this link will take you to the La Trobe website where my work is featured, and clicking this link will take you to the ABC website where the feature was aired. Music was composed and provided by Vincent Giles.