the idea


“You make an impact with whatever you do, even if you choose to do nothing. You cause the reaction of that person standing in front of you. I'm curious what's going to happen during the photoshoot, without expectations. I used to think that as a photographer and highly sensitive person I was able to find the truth about people or guess who they were. Over time, I realised it's impossible - even though I have this unique opportunity to observe you through my lens - it's only a piece of you that I can touch.”

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I’m a Berlin based photographer specialising in artists’ portraits. I work mainly with the musicians, dancers and actors to help them create their visual identity which must represent their work. I’ve worked with many festivals in Poland and Germany, my photos have been published in magazines, on album covers/artworks, used as press and promo kits by the musicians, promoters and editors. I’ve spent a lot of time backstage and on stage to learn about the light and to understand the relationship between photographer and an artist. I tried shortly to work as a photo journalist but I quickly realised that I'm not suited to the speed this kind of job requires.

Apart from photography, I also studied graphic + web design and graduated in business management and marketing. This broad perspective and previous experience in working with brands allows me to look at the photos from not just artistic - but also business- & branding-oriented perspective. I've always wanted to become a psychotherapist because I have a deep interest in human nature, behaviourism and traumas - that's why I probably became a photographer - to observe and learn from these valuable connections I create during the photoshoot. I'm a mum of a 2-year old beautiful human being.

“Everyone has a point of view. Some people call it style, but what we're really talking about is the guts of a photograph. When you trust your point of view, that's when you start taking pictures.”