about me

My story

how i started

From the age of 17, I had the opportunity to travel around Europe and the Middle East as a dancer. However, I encountered a recurring issue when promoting our dance group – the lack of promotional photos and videos. To address this problem, I decided to purchase my first DSLR camera from a local camera store – a Nikon D5100 with a kit lens 18-55mm – never imagining that it would be the beginning of a new career for me. After learning the basic settings of the camera, I experimented with placing it on stage with the timer set to shoot continuously every 5 seconds during performances. After each show, I eagerly grabbed the camera to review the results. However, since the camera was set to auto settings, out of the thousands of shots, only a few were actually usable. I quickly learned to lock the focus and adjust the aperture to improve my results. Eager to improve my skills, I began searching for photography tutorials and reading books on the subject. I practiced new techniques with my colleagues every day. Fortunately, my career as a dancer only required evening performances, so I had the entire day to focus on developing my photography skills. Looking back, I believe this was my biggest advantage in learning photography as a new skill.

photographer dressed in black holding camera
photographer holding tripod in nature

My style

what do i shoot

As my initial focus was on capturing the grace of dancers, it comes as no surprise that this remains one of my most formidable skills. Despite my disdain for early mornings, my love for landscape photography knows no bounds. Additionally, I’ve delved into the realm of commercial photography, collaborating with clothing brands and establishing my own studio. Here, I specialize in portrait and product photography. The art of manipulating light and experimenting with strobes has become a true passion of mine.


how i edit my images

This days we do have a lot of options when it comes to editing our images…

I prefer to edit my images in Capture One, Lightroom and Photoshop.

  • Capture one is my go to when it comes to studio work and commercial shoots.
  • Lighroom i use mostly for my personal images and when i want to edit something fast and post.
  • For retouching still none of the software above don’t deliver what Photoshop does. (my opinion…)

Oh and….. editing on the ipad is just so much fun 🙂

My gear

Tech i use

Macbook Pro M1

laptop macbook pro m1

Benq PD2705Q

benq monitor

Logitech Craft

logitech craft keyboard

MX Master 3

mx master 3 mouse

Wacom Intuos S

wacom drawing tablet

Adam Audio T5V

adam audio speakers

iPad Air 5

ipad air m1

Phantom 4 Pro

drone phantom 4 pro

DJI Mini 2

Drone mini2

Sony A7RII

sony digital camera A7RII

Sony 12-24mm

sony lens 12-24mm

Sony 70-200mm

sony lens 70-200

Sigma 50mm F1.4

sigma lens 50mm

Samyang 85mm F1.4

samyang lens 85mm

DJI Ronin S

gimbal ronin s

Manfrotto Mover 50

photographer backpack
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