If you ask me why I am in photography, I will give you two important reasons. First, it's an overpowering beauty of nature. Even the most gorgeous photo can't fully reflect my sincere love and admiration of our planet. Still, at the same time, I can't stop trying to showcase the might of nature, the scents of forests, humid sea winds, unthinkable animals.
My mission is to wake the viewer to wonder and thus, care about the fragile and unprotected from the humans' influence ecosystems. The second reason is self-expression. Whether it's a portrait or a picture of the modern luxury interior, taking a photo provides an opportunity to express my feelings and view of the world.
I've started my path in photography in South America. My fondness for the Altiplano that runs across three different countries made me begin a large project for National Geographic, which you can read about here (a link to the blog).
Later, I stretched my interest to the Hawaiian Archipelago, which inspired me to found a travel club called Itinero that allows every member to discover the most beautiful and unfamiliar countries.
Ever since I began my photography career, I have presented as a public speaker at various events focused on photography and travel. I work in a jury of international contests, create customized content, and arrange photo tours.