Adrian Mirgos, 1989, Poland. He lives in a small village near Warsaw. His fascination with photography and design started a few years ago. In the meantime he finished two schools in Warsaw - photography at the European Academy of Photography (2012) and motion graphics at the Active Art Study of Theater and Film Techniques (2010). After some unpaid projects in 2011 he gave up a job as a graphic designer and set his goal to practice and develop in black and white photography. He deals mainly reportage-document. His photography is a combination of emotions in shades of gray. Sometimes he tries to draw emotions only through the light. With photography, he wants to show how he sees and feels the environment.
In early 2013, Adrian after being unemployed for a few months he decided to devote his free time and do something new. Vieworld – as a free online photographic magazine. He created the logo, website, fanpage, all corporate identity. Adrian is responsible for everything here – including photo editing. Currently every issue reads a minimum of 2000 people from all over the world. In the future he would like to show Vieworld on the paper and through this magazine teach people why and how to make photo editing.
- Top6 to the Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year 2014 (US),
- 6 medals in the International Photography Awards 2012-2014 (US),
- Slideshow exhibited in the Visa Pour l'Image 2013 (FR),
- Finalist top9 in the Projekt Przetwornia 2013 (PL),
- Finalist in the Nokia Night Photography 2013 (NZ).