Are you vegetarian/would you like to be vegetarian?
No, I am not. I’d love to try, but I don’t think I could be able to become a vegetarian for the rest of my life.
Did you study photography in school?
No, I didn’t. I am a self-taught photographer. Few years ago I met a talented fine artist and he gave me the opportunity to learn how to print in the darkroom with silver papers.
A picture that you would love to take.
I’ve written down some ideas and now I am waiting for the right moment. I am planning to take more nudes pictures.
Do you sell your prints online? Why?
Not yet. Mainly because I would like having people who appreciate my art before selling photos with no reason.
Have you ever attended photographic workshops?
Yes, with the fine artist I’ve mentioned before. We were just few people at that time.
Do you like looking at your old pictures?
No, I don’t. I think – everybody – tends to hate older works while creating new ones.
Do you have prints of your works hung on your walls?
I have many prints, but still not hung. I prefer having them inside an ivory box.
What social networks are you using? Are they working for your career?
I have a blog, tumblr, facebook, flickr and deviantart. I am trying to be known through all of these network but it’s very hard. I think that tumblr is the best one, because of the spotlight feature.
Do you believe in horoscopes?
I seldom believe in horoscopes, but sometimes I peep out through some magazines.
A picture that is very important for you.
Every picture with a moth is important for me. I am trying to struggle one of my biggest fear, and every photo is a new step achieved.
Your comfy food.
I think salmon rolls.
Are you currently planning any trip?
Yes. I am going to Cracow on November. I think this will be decisive for my art. Cracow, Prague and Paris are the cities where talented photographers can be noticed.
The photographer you would like to spend time working with.
I appreciate many photographers: from the past I say absolutely Jan Saudek, Rodney Smith, Sarah Moon, Sally Mann, Diane Arbus and Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme. Now I really like photographers as Oprisco, Micmojo, Sabina Tabakovic, Tina Sosna and many others.
What is the best photographic book you have seen and why.
“What Remains”, of Sally Mann. She gave me that true sensation of mortality, human mortality that I still feel. We are all dead bodies.