I am a self-taught amateur photographer and multi-media designer
originally from Budapest, Hungary. I moved to the United States about
thirteen years ago and I currently live in Madison, Wisconsin.
My photography and artwork reflect the way I view and think about
the reciprocal interaction of art and its creation.
With my camera I intend to represent the interplay of art through
technology. It is the tool that allows me to create and reproduce
human emotions that I try to capture, or that are evoked because of
the way in which technology shapes art itself.
In my photos I like to give meaning to a particular moment, either by
maintaining a true vision or by enhancing it. Photography is a way
of simplifying the world around me, extracting what is visually appealing
and attractive from the chaotic flow of images of every day life.
I strive to combine apparent contraries, unrelated impressions, unusual
shapes and angles and unique images that give birth to my imagination.
I am not trying to change the world with my photography, and I am
rarely trying to make any political or social commentaries. I am simply
trying to present what is often a commonplace subject, in a way that
highlights what is interesting or attractive about that moment on it's own
or in how it interacts with it's surroundings.
I like to capture the living, the common and give life to the forgotten.
I want to give meaning to the simple and present through my photos
highlights of moments in our lives that have been overlooked.
Build awareness of things we sometimes try to ignore or look away.
After all, life is a swift moment.
as you are looking at the future it has already passed,
lost forever in the blink of an eye.
Photography is the tool to save the past into the future.
The lapse of time is only an interval, almost nothing,
the infinite dimensions of chaotic flow of images,
stopped only by the blink of an eye
to fall right back in the bliss of life.