is a Hungarian photographer. She studied Photography at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest, Hungary.
“I usually only work with hairstylists and makeup artists when it comes to commissioned projects and usually our hands are tied and we can’t go crazy. Here, we had no rules to follow, no client and no demands”. Taking inspiration from friends, strangers and fellow artists such as Guy Bourdin, Viviane Sassen and Jürgen Teller, the photographer, armed with an MA in Art History is quick to admit, “A great part of my inspiration comes from hidden knowledge. Sometimes I feel like I actually know more than what is strictly necessary for an artist. This series is a good example of this as it is more intimate than it may appear at first.”
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