09 July 2015 // Sanne Schrijver //Amersfoort
//WEEKLY S A N N E
Lukasz Wierzbowski is a self-taught photographer. He discovered photography during his third year of Social Psychology when he was full of time and bored. He quickly realized playing with poses, patterns and colors made him extremely excited about photography. And so from boredom was born a new identity and fervent passion for photography. Since then, everyday surroundings captured his imagination and have become the setting of many of his pictures. His photographic work covers a huge range of images in both color, black & white, portraits and everything in between. Nevertheless, what really makes him stand out is his way of taking eccentric, yet extraordinary photos of mesmerizing girls in common locations that just turn magical when he adjust his lens. He’s a master in color composition and repulsive patterns. His work often explores the ambiguous relationship between the girl and their surroundings. He encourage his models to get loose and forget about any kind of posing so the moment will be real and not created.