Hajdu Tamás is a veterinarian and a photographer in Baia Mare, Romania. His street photography is fun and ironic but nonetheless dramatic. Over the course of time he has featured sevaral photography exhibitions, has won photo contests and has been featured in both Romanian and international photo magazines.
Andrei is a skilled and seasoned photographer. He learned photography by being the apprentice of Dan Beșliu. Apart from being a photographer, Andrei also loves teaching and is an active part of Freelancer School of Photography and Imago Educational Playground. He is also one of the founders of ANAV (The National Association for Visual Arts).
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Cristian Crisbășan is not one to shoot „pretty things”. Often looking to break the barriers of his comfort zone, both his portraits and nudes are onest and provocative. His photographs appeared in multiple art books, including TASCHEN which published some of them in „The New Erotic Photography” and „The Big Book of Pussy”. He’s not one to think you need to spend a lot of money on fancy studio lights; or in the words of David Bailey whom he often quotes, ”I’m happy with (…) any fucking light that’s there”.
Silviu Gheție is based in Baia Mare where he roams the streets in search for subjects to photograph. Yet he traveled to Brussels, Tehran and Madrid to exhibit, to the Antarctic Peninsula to photograph penguins and across the country to shoot on the sets for movies such as „Aferim!” or „If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle”. Tragedy and houmorous wit go hand in hand in his photos.
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Cornel has gone from concert photography to fashion, from commercial photography to artistic urban landscapes. He's a truly seasoned photographer, one of the best in Romania.
Ionuț has been capturing beauty on camera since 1999. Having worked with the leading fashion magazines and brands in Romania, he is one of our top fashion photographers.
Ioana Moldovan is that certain kind of photographer who won’t just take shots of her subjects as instead takes her time to delve into their lives and stories. As a photojurnalist she works with publications such as documentaria.ro, LensCulture, The New York Times or Al Jazeera English. Lately she’s been visually documenting conflict zones, protests and ethnical, religious, and sexual minorities.
Cristina has a tireless passion for contemporary artistic photography and redescovering histories through visual means. She participated in over twenty exhibitions both in Romania and abroad, with photoprojects that often deal on the border between photography and anthropology. One of the founding members of OMNIA PHOTO, she also graduated Fotopoetica School of Photography guided by Francisc Mraz.