I am a Lithuanian photographer. After studies in law and a career in an international bank I started a new artistic career in London in 2011. The photographic medium became a tool for investigation of the ideas like relations between the city and people, errors within system of objects or city nature. I like to print large-scale photographs that appropriate the visual language of advertising – the visuals are clean and the objects are carefully arranged in the pictures, so they would care certain symbolic means the I tend to communicate about. Thus, the photographs for me are more like a visual language expressing his own ideas, rather than a documentation of the environment.
I am published and exhibited internationally, awarded in photo contest, as Gregory Crewdson Uncanny, Photolux or CBRE Urban Photographer of the year, few to mention. My works belong to some private, Red Gallery London and Vogue Italy / Photolux, Lewben art foundation collections.