Balázs Deim (born 1987) is a photographer based in Budapest and Szentendre. He studied applied photography at the Novus Art School Budapest (2007-2009) and completed a BA in Photography at the University of Kaposvár (2013). In his works he focuses on the relationship between people and the urban environment and he is interested in concepts such as absence, memory, control and space. Balázs has been regularly exhibiting his work since 2008, including solo shows at the Fuga Budapest Center of Architecture (2014) and the B32 Gallery, Budapest (2018). He was also a selected participant of the European Month of Photography and exhibited his project entitled “Surveillance system” at the MUSA, Vienna (2016) and at the Cercle-cité, Luxembourg (2017). In 2018 he won the Different Worlds 2018 photography competition and the Luka Koper Photography Award. In 2019 he exhibited series "Space" in Budapest, Rovinj, Ljubljana, Rome, Graz and Berlin.