First of all, thank you for visiting this page, and I hope that you enjoyed seeing a part of my work.
I started my “Tryingtodoart” project in 2011, when I got my first camera and when my journey in the photography world started. Tryingtodoart was my way of saying that I didn’t know what I was doing and that I was well aware that I have to learn a lot before considering my work as art.
Art is not a label which you can just apply to something. Art is something that becomes. After 6 years of trying, I am still not confident about using the word art and I see it as a good thing. It means that I am still willing to search and learn.
My direction changed many times during my journey. From random clicks, to portrait photography, to street photography, and all the way to the discovery of Architecture Photography, which combined my studies in Architecture with my passion for Photography.
Friends ask me why I am still keeping this name, “Tryingtodoart”. In their view, I passed the trying phase. As much as I appreciate them for thinking this big of me, I think Ttryingtodoart now speaks more about the attempt of trying to do something special, in any circumstance, and this is my offering.
The journey continues…
If only one day had more than 24 hours…
Photography started as a hobby, became a passion, and luckily enough now I can consider it a profession. But besides photography, this is what keeps me busy.
Graduated Architecture, and practiced for a couple of years during my studies, and after, while doing graphic design as a side thing. Technical details, concept, 3d renderings, the works…and my gateway to photography.
Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects are the tools. After graduating Architecture school, I wanted a change of scenery and decided to give it a try at freelancing as a Graphic Designer, and I am still enjoying it.
Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, ICOs, pump&dumps, moons and lambos. If you didn’t know, a whole new financial ecosystem is taking shape around us, and it has the potential to change everything. For me it did. Would be happy to share some thoughts on this subject with anyone who is interested.