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As an independent photographer his most important angle is that of humanity and objectivity, which he raises above all political and economical interests.His work is most characterized by the styles of autonomous photoreport and documentarism.His main subject matter consists of examining contemporary human relations, mostly in connection with taut situations in conflict zones. In these, the impact of authorities’ decisions and the consequences the tense circumstances have on people’s lives both become very obvious.His projects mostly center around disregarded, vulnerable communities and people. During long-term photo-projects he has been examining the direct and indirect effects of the border closures, border fences and blockades; but he also reflects on his more immediate surroundings and even his own life.The completed projects are featured in publications, at exhibitions and in photo albums.
In the photo series titled ‘Southern Ends’ he explores the long-term effects of the Hungarian southern border closure and the untreated migration crisis along the Hungarian-Serbian border, indicating traces of a possible future conflict. In the series ‘Leftovers of Eden’ he presents the aftermath of the historical Cyprian Greek-Turkish conflict, examining the possibility of cross-border collaboration to find the people that had gone missing during the clashes. He created a series reflecting on his personal life, titled ‘Fragments’, in connection with the 2019 world pandemic.
He has completed the Nikon-NOOR Masterclass in 2018, and received his master diploma in creative photography at Szellemkép Szabadiskola.In 2019 and 2020 he received a grant from the National Cultural Fund of Hungary to support completing his project ‘The Leftovers of Eden’.Member of the ‘Random Gallery’ Hungarian art group since 2019.
Currently he is working on a project where he returns to an important location of his childhood - the banks of a creek - and through examining its environment, he reflects on the questions related to our contemporary existential insecurities, such as beliefs, habitat, home, well-being. The title of the series is ‘Creekside Country’.