Born and raised in post-communist Romania during the 90s I was exposed early on to the effects of crumbling narratives. Growing up in a country in search of an identity, is probably the reason why I have always found a keen interest in unraveling the significance of stories as frames of existence. This passion for stories led me to the discovery of photography.
Later as a student of social and cultural anthropology in Vienna, I started devising artistic projects as frames into the various theoretical schools of thought analyzing human existence. This conceptual approach to photography allows me to break the barrier of categories and utilize techniques ranging from fashion to experimental and weave them together into complex, almost theatrical scenes. I recently graduated the Photography Masterclass and had my first small personal exhibitions: Faces of Vienna and 2Faces both focusing on the interplay between psychology and portraiture. My future work will continue exploring the possibilities at the juncture photography and socio-political theory/commentary.