I’m Attila Gazso, born in 1981, self-taught photographer from Hungary, husband and father of 4. Besides my everyday job I use photography to express myself and tell my stories, reflect on the impacts on my life. I started taking photos in 2016, did a couple local exhibitions and took part in several contests.
Photography for me is a deeply personal process, a therapy, a method to get an understanding of myself and the world around me. I’m more into the spiritual side of it, not really interested in the technical details. My camera is only a tool that helps me to express thoughts and feelings, like the pencil of an author.
I was one of the 50 finalist of the Balkan Photo Fest in 2018 and I was one of the 10 winners of the Sana Sanaa Corona Call 2020 with my project “Lockdown Diary”.
Besides local and nearby Hungarian galleries, my photographs were exhibited in Sarajevo and Berlin. More exhibitions in Germany, Cape Town and Lagos among others are in progress.