Connected street furniture.. The photo series was taken in 2018 in Paris. It aims to question the street furniture that increasingly shape our streets and offer interactions with passersby, at a time when the street becomes anonymous and solitary.
Untitled. From darkness to light, and from light to darkness, like a cycle.
City Shapes. “City Shapes” is a project where I present to you the city of London through my eyes. “The most captivating aspect of art is its ability to transform and when I dive into a photograph of Coelho, I see a city completely different from the one I see every day.
Black. Black is my favorite color. I believe it is the best color to represent us as a human because just like the color we are mysterious. Yes, it is true, we all have different personality but we all have that part most people do not know about.
Fishing With Dynamite. I originally became hooked on street photography in 2010. My philosophy in life is to squeeze every opportunity out of my circumstances by working with what I have, rather than focusing on what I haven’t got, and using ambient light was a part of that mindset.
Donde la luz se deshace (where the light falls apart). Humanist project, which respond to the need to see everyday life through photography, immediately, here and now; in my natural environment, my city, looking for people behind the black mantle that light produces on the streets of the city.
Sitting there with a quivering notion while jet packs exhale. The waveforms parade and your portrait is drawn to the world.
Japan street scene. Location: Kyoto, Osaka, Okinawa.
A raven’s dream. The series “A raven’s dream” is an attempt to deal with the uncanny (“unheimlich”), to dive into an age of innocence where everything seemed to be mysterious, enigmatic, sometimes ominous.
What I like when I go around the city is to look with the photographer’s eye to capture situations and events that are not normally seen.
Stranger in the Light. This is my primary photography project since the spring of 2017. Stranger in the Light explores candid interactions of people and silhouettes with interesting public spaces filled with intense light and dark shadows.
Everyday Moments. A series of candid images that celebrate the charm in everyday moments. Moments that often go unnoticed. A mother shadowing her child. An empty thought bubble. A new father walking the line. A lawn thief. A play on shadows. A floating lady.
Paucartambo. The road to Paucartambo (Cusco, Peru) is filled with worshipers every July 15. Year after year, the children of Carmen Mamacha become one to represent, during three days, the Andean authority transformed into dance and pilgrimage.
Among the worlds. I have always been interested in the relationship between humans and animals, then it became the main theme of my project. Now my model can be any person, animal. Of course depending on the situation and the moment.
Warsaw Stories. These pictures are a part of a project called Warsaw Stories. Topics of scenes, I look on the streets of Warsaw, are much more varied that what I can show here. What You see is a small part of it.
My pictures tend to revolve around themes such as solitude and alienation, forcing dissonant objects into conversation using vibrant colors.
Running from the Sun. There is a place that seems so far from here. A place where the sand, the dirt, the rock and the sky live in harmony. Where the sun beats down on the man formed brick and the asphalt of the journey to the West.
Bonjour Ostend. Andrea Shkreli studies the pulse of a Belgian seaside town, with emphasis on summer conditions, whereby people are usually revitalized, and reveal themselves, and tourism intermingles with slothful everydayness.
DETROIT – The shrinking city.reets. This is a reportage i made in 2016 for one month in Detroit. Some pictures were published in Courrier International, Spiegel, La Repubblica, etc.
Whimsical. A collection of photos made in San Francisco that reveal the whimsical people and culture. This is an active photo series that I continuously modify, and that will likely never reach a “completed” or “final” status.
Songbirds. The series ’Songbirds’ is a fantastic and haunting result of an exciting and difficult interior journey. The city became unrecognizable and strange, also haunting and beautiful.
More or less humans. As mentioned in my very short “photo” portrait, nowadays, while the scene remains untouchable, in some of my photographs the humans simply don’t exist, literally and sometimes just scarcely. But that’s just a first impression.
Stolen Moments. Moments are vital in photography so as timing. As a Photographer, we need reflex action which comes through practice. We observe various moments everyday everywhere within our vicinity.
Stars & Stripes. Stars and Stripes is a project that I completed in 2017. It was an intense 5 day trip to New York City. All shot on 35mm film (Leica M6).
My photos. Black and white photos of Istanbul’s historical texture, modern and picturesque structure in human-space relation.
Days at the Channel. “Days at the Channel” series where taken during a time period of regular visits to various locations around the English Channel, in an attempt to observe and capture the coexistence of people and the urban landscape.
Shadow and Street. My submission is about street and shadow. Geometric, shadow and strange coincidences are my main theme in my photos.
Lingering II. These images explore the multiple layers found in our surroundings using light as a tool to identify the degree of visibility.
My attraction to cities, their people and the many different stories that take place on the streets have made this type of photography a fun and quite an obsessive part of my life.