I was born and raised in a town in Hungary that has a name unpronounceable to anyone who is not from this small country: Székesfehérvár.
I started fooling around with photography during my teenage years, after I found an old Russian Mamiya 35mm camera at my grandparents' house. This was back in the days when you had to wait about a week to get your pictures after you handed the negative roll to the developer. I was always very excited when I finally got my photos back, and would rush to a quiet bench where I could look through them alone.
At first I was experiencing with black and white film, I mostly took pictures in the nearby forest, or wherever else the shadows formed an interesting shape.
For my graduation I got a Pentax camera, which I had with me whenever I enjoyed my other hobby: travelling.
During the university years, I was lucky enough to study and work in a few countries in Europe - a lot of the pictures you see were taken during these years. Then I met my husband and visited the States a few times to meet his family in Colorado - and this is where we live now.
Some of my photos have been published in the albums of the National Association of Hungarian Photographers' Clusters, and some of them have been shown in exhibitions by the same organization. I had my first solo exhibition in 2008.
1% of the profits from my work goes to support International League of Conservation Photographers.