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My Budapest By Photographer Zsuzsa Bakonyi

Photographer Zsuzsa Bakonyi - though always on the road - has always remained true her native city, Budapest. She loves its different moods and colours. 'I think Budapest has a very distinct face in every season' she says.

Zsuzsa is an artist and a professional photographer. She had studied management originally but then her passion and skills drew her gradually towards photography and visual arts. She says that many people think it is so difficult to become a full-time photographer, but she thinks that if you are really good at what you do, then it will sort itself out. She specializes in travel photography (working for a main touristic website), NGOs, local businesses, architecture and personal photography (portraits, weddings). She is often travelling for her projects.

She has also been involved in the artistic and cultural scene both as an artist and as an organizer. She has had several exhibitions, including at Mai Manó House of Photography and Capa Centre in Budapest, and also several exhibitions abroad. She was in the leading committee of the Studio of Young Photographers, the most important art photography organizations in Hungary. After terminating the mandate , she founded Klipper Art Space with her colleague Zsófia Pályi photographer.

In her personal projects, she is mostly interested in love, connection, intimacy, community identity and relationships. She is a multi media artists, using text, installation and performance and dance aside from photography.

Zsuzsa has been a passionate teacher all her life. She is giving private photography classes for expats and Hungarians alike. 'Of course, many expats find me, I guess there are not many people offering a photocourses in English. I realized there is a big need for this.' She is dreaming of starting group classes also, but for this she needs to find a suitable space.

She has also developed a special phototour, where she mixes discovering Budapest and learning photography. She was amongst the first to start this product in Budapest and it has been a big success ever since.See her website here Find more information about her courses and tours here

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