A native-born Hungarian with strong influence from his European roots and great attention to detail, Andras is very well known in photography. With no formal education in the field, Andras picked up his first camera at age 15. At that young age, he decided photography was too complicated and required a
certain state of mind; so he gave up. After nearly a decade, he picked up a camera again. And this time he had a better senseof what he needed to do to learn the art of photography.


In 1999, Andras moved toCanada. He did not plan to settle here but, because it was such a large change, taking photos was a way to release his stress. Walking the streets, being captivated by the homeless and their stories, Andras spent all
his money on new camera equipment. Those days, only film was available. Although he finds landscapes beautiful, Andras was more drawn to people and their stories.

Photography is more than just picking up a camera, pointing, and shooting; it’s understanding light, angles, composition, and so much more. Able to set his creative mind and to concentrate on his subjects and surroundings, Andras finally
fell in love with his true-life passion. Where most people walk by everyday beauty, Andras captures the charm of such objects, people, and places.

A native-born Hungarian with strong influence from his European roots and great attention to detail, Andras is very well known in photography. With no formal education in the field, Andras picked up his first camera at age 15. At that young age, he decided photography was too complicated and required a
certain state of mind; so he gave up. After nearly a decade, he picked up a camera again. And this time he had a better senseof what he needed to do to learn the art of photography.

In 1999, Andras moved toCanada. He did not plan to settle here but, because it was such a large change, taking photos was a way to release his stress. Walking the streets, being captivated by the homeless and their stories, Andras spent all
his money on new camera equipment. Those days, only film was available. Although he finds landscapes beautiful, Andras was more drawn to people and their stories.

Photography is more than just picking up a camera, pointing, and shooting; it’s understanding light, angles, composition, and so much more. Able to set his creative mind and to concentrate on his subjects and surroundings, Andras finally
fell in love with his true-life passion. Where most people walk by everyday beauty, Andras captures the charm of such objects, people, and places.