I am photographer, woman, and child born in Romania just one month before the Romanian Revolution happened in 1989.
I discovered photography in high school when I became the class-photographer. For college I went to Cluj-Napoca, studied journalism. When I graduated college I felt the need to learn and practice photojournalism and documentary photography so I left to United States with a Fulbright scholarship, and enrolled in a MA program at University of Missouri, School of Journalism. In 2015, after a graduated school I assisted Matt Eich, one of my favorite photographers in Norfolk, Virginia. He helped me to organize my first personal exhibition about Chautauqua Gated Community inside the community itself.
After 3 years, I return back home, join effort with fellow photographers and start In/Out Transylvania Photo Festival, the first documentary photography festival in Romania. As I launch my career as freelance photographer, I document my transition to my country in the ongoing project Today I am Home.