Creating a human habitat requires the coordination and application of masterful skills from multiple disciplines. Ecology, urban planning, engineering, architecture, technology, design and craftsmanship all play vital roles in creating the unique spaces we call home.
Our homes are fascinating reflections of a complex set of human needs, representing our relationship to the world, the many dimensions of our culture, societal values and lifestyles.
As a photographer stepping into such a space, I am captivated by the manifestation of these very elements. I aim to showcase aesthetics in relation to functionality, explore spatial relationships and provide an accurate account with meticulous attention to detail.
I studied Photography and earned a Master of Arts degree from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest, Hungary. Having moved to Vancouver, BC in December 2015, I offer photography services for interior designers and architects in the lower mainland.