FM42: When did you realize that photography was a path you wanted to follow?
In 2006, when I was studying at the Academy of Fine Arts and realized that I couldn’t live without photography, like without a breath of fresh air. It became my biggest passion in life.
FM42: What does photography mean to you?
Photography is first of all the meaning of my life, my passion, my second child I’m glad that thanks to my photos I can stop time and give people a memory!
I finished my public education as a photographer in Germany, although I didn’t have the right to do that because I was a foreigner in that country, and this training is primarily for people who were born
I really love looking at books about reportage photographers. One of my favorite photographers is Henri Cartier-Bresson.
FM42: How did you find out about Open Call First Date and what do you think about themed open calls?
I was told about this exhibition by a friend who owns the gallery. I am very happy that I was able to participate in this exhibition. This is my first exhibition in Switzerland (I had previous exhibitions in other countries). I love themed open calls, because they help us to achieve our objectives, to develop and to improve our art!