is a Moldavian photographer based in Amsterdam and London.
“As an artist, I like to think that photography is a form of painting, requiring imagination, patience and skill. My visual language is aesthetic and very concise while my subjects are rather questions than answers. I enjoy exploring the grey area between two extremes, my interest often lies in creating a comparison of characters and objects, their dimensionality; manipulating the context and investigating the relationship of contradictory subjects. With lots of attention to composition, colours and details I develop a complete and accurate final result. My passion lies in creating still life images and staged portraiture. I am interested in the contemporary means of visual communication, which is why my work is often a blend of several mediums, combined to compliment each other in a subtle way.”
More about Olya Oleinic and her works here.