He chose photography and due to his ambition and dedication in less than a year his work has been internationally recognized and he became a stringer for some of the most important press agencies (Associated Press and Getty Images).
Photography became a new means of expressing his social artistry. Therefore in his projects he approached some of the intriguing aspects of living in today’s Romania, in an attempt to raise awareness and increase social responsibility among institutions and individuals. He believes that we are way beyond the point where a true documentary photographer simply just shows us the reality as they see it.
While being objective, he believes that photographers should continue their work and attempt to help way pass their assignments. And that is because, as ‘eye witnesses’ they have or should have a better understanding of the situation than anybody else.
He is especially attached to the Roma people’s cause and he hopes that one day, his work, from images to public speeches and presentations will help end the plight of the Roma people. UNHCR, UNICEF (Romania and Switzerland), Open Society and Amnesty International already used and commissioned his work on Roma people.
He did two stories for Le Monde des Religions (part of Le Monde Group) – 2010 and 2011. In April 2012 he had an assignment for WIRED Magazine in Glasgow, Scotland. In May 2013 he had an assignment for Beobachter Magazine. In 2013 he helped BBC produce “Living with the Roma” documentary.