#HowYouSeeMe Virtual Exhibition
This virtual exhibition for April, partnering with Dunja Djudjic, intends to explore the idea of how others see us 2021. While the hashtag was originally about empowerment and equality started by watch company eoen for International Women's Day, we received this theme and wanted to make it our own. The pictures for April reflect how we interpreted #howyouseeme.
Enter the gallery below!
I was born in 1988 in Novi Sad, Serbia and have lived her for the biggest part of my life. I have an MA degree that says I’m an English teacher, but I have a heart that says I’m a photographer and so many other things.
As far as photography goes, I’ve been interested in it ever since I can remember. However, I became more dedicated to it in college, when I was about 20. To be honest, I’ve never been too interested in turning pro and making money from photography. Over these 13 years, I’ve remained a happy hobbyist who only shoots when she feels like it, and I still prefer it that way.
I currently work as a writer for DIYPhotography and it makes me bring together my love for photography and writing. And other than those, I also enjoy other creative activities like embroidery, painting, and drawing.
I was born in Colorado, USA and currently live in Berlin. My early work was mainly focused on exploring the places I was visiting and generally focused on historic architecture and how it fits in our modern world. There wasn't a church or old house I would pass without trying to capture it. This was my entry into photography. As I grew as a photographer, I realized I wanted to explore more how humans interact with their world around them, especially in trying circumstances or times. My mission is to capture the positivity, creativity, and innovative nature of the human spirit.