How I came to photography?
My family bought me an Pentax Espio 140V when I was about 12 for my travelling's with ballet company and I still love using film cameras. During my studies in Russia, Yacobson Ballet Theatre, I got first digital. It was Sony DSC-W90. I took many pictures about myself, backstage and travelling's with ballet company. When I got Canon 7D, during studied in Tallinn University, my interest in photography became more technical and practical, I started to create accessories for photography. There was a time, when I used Nikon d7000, but system and buttons wasn't for me so I sold it and moved to my first full frame Sony a7RII. Now I focus on product-portrait-reportage-editorial photography with a secret passion for a nature and documentary.
My inspiration come from nature, animals, folklore, fairy tales, mythology, holidays and life.
Killud, Bebe Organic, Noortebänd, Tallinn Design Festival, Tallinn Architecture Biennale, Tallinn Music Week, Estonian Music Days, VegGuru, Tudeng TV, Tallinn University Photo Club
16.11.18 UDJA: Current Value Restoran Viktoria
“Meid kotib” november 2017, Tartu: Omicum, Tartu Ülikool
“Raamist välja linnaruum” 2016 & 2015. Kultuurikatel, Tallinn.
"Artell no.1" 2016, ajakiri, p. 33-34, 56-61
"Eesti JA Põhjamaad - Eesti KUI Põhjamaa?" Tartu Ülikooli eetikakeskus, p.92
About my music
Music chose me or I have chosen by music?
I remember sun, sea and cliff. That day first time listened to God is an Astronaut, which one saved my life, I felt life, peace and love. The strongest emotions in human life. I hope one day somebody feel the strongest feelings by listening my music.
I started to improvise and compose on piano in 2010/2011, and I still do. Also I have been recording everyday life & nature sounds, usually I use them in my compositions. Certainly I like to experiment with levels, sound wave and sounds.
Composing songs as singer-songwriter and have compositions with band, but they never recorded (only with phone).
Have a bachelor degree in Sound Design & Spanish language and culture (Tallinn University).