reflection | rɪˈflɛkʃ(ə)n | noun 1 [mass noun] the throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it: the reflection of light. • [count noun] an amount of light, heat, or sound that is reflected by a body or surface: the reflections from the street lamps gave them just enough light. • [count noun] an image seen in a mirror or shiny surface: • [count noun] a thing that is a consequence of or arises from something else

In the very roots of art photography, you can find framing not only the compositions but also the experiences, and make unique reflections that reveal the real deeper meanings. But what is it that makes us make such connections in the first place?

Always inspired by the relation of light and space, and reflexive qualities of materials, questioning the borders between virtual space and ideas of infinity. They are sometimes accidental but always personal.

Reflections and immersion in the realm of infinity. The artwork becomes a window into the other realm, projecting personal ideas, memories, and emotions. After all, photography is just a medium in capturing that certain energy which makes us happy, reminding us about wisdom of creation, its expression and message of existence, or infinity often described as “god” or “nature”. It is incredibly beautiful, and that’s why we think the nature is beautiful too.