I am a young artist born and raised in Bulgaria. Falling in love with the world around me makes me want to know it inside out. I have embraced curiosity to be the main drive in my life by following a Japanese principle called “Kaizen”. In the core of it stands the belief that by never-ending thought improvement, we have the chance to reach our full potential and truly create real meaning in our lives. Establishing the Kaizen mindset and empowering our curiosity about the world is the starting point of an incredibly liberating journey. Make the unknown – known!
The ways through which I discover the world are science and photography, either existentially, factually or through the power of imagination. My camera has been a passport with an immeasurable value to places both near and far from me. In the role of an observer I position myself on the edge of the world that I am studying and on the edge of what the viewer will perceive and feel. Black and white is reminiscent to a dream for me, the perfect gateway to an ethereal world.
The path to self-discovery is endless and in the process of searching and improving, you are constantly changing and philosophically speaking you never truly find yourself, because there is always a better version of you out there in those numerous life possibilities. You could say that this is the ultimate embodiment of the famous phrase “the journey is more important than the destination”.