Anna66 Andrzejewska was born in 1977 in Będzin, Poland. She is a member of Association of Polish Art Photographers and a PhD student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice at the Graphics Workshop Department, under the supervisor prof. Ewa Zawadzka. She deals with creative photography and expresses herself in terms of the widely understood portrait. An important element of her photographs is colour, but she fancies black-and-white minimalism, too, beautiful ugliness and balancing on the edge of kitsch. In the artistic field she enjoys designing the real world of an unreal structure. She is a finalist of many competitions 2015 Winner / Moving Images Category/, The 2nd annual Moscow International Foto Awards – MIFA, Rusia, 2014 III PLACE / BRONZE MEDAL, individual Award, International Photography Awards competition (IPA), United States of America, 2014 Award nominations, International Photography Awards competition (IPA), United States of America, 2013 1st place in the International Photo Awards Salon Varna, Bulgaria. She has had individual and collective exhibitions all over Poland and abroad. 2012 Monochromatski svet, Belgrad, Serbia, 2014 The townspeople. The Frame and beyond, Fotofestival, Moravská Třebová, Czech Republic, 2014 Diversification of art, Art Center Castle Sielecki ,Gallery Extravagance, Sosnowiec, Poland.