Who I am
I am Anna Nagy, a Hungarian photographer living in Rome. I am also engaged with film editing and documentary filmmaking.
I take photos since my childhood, both analog and digital. I’ve been always interested in experimental and old photo and stamp techniques as well, such as camera obscura, photograms or cyanography. I studied Aesthetics and Ancient Philosophy first, and, after getting my PhD in Rome, my attention shifted to professional Photography and Video Editing, which I studied in Rome and at the New York Film Academy for a while.
In my work I often focus on people, and try to show what is unique in the person in front of the camera. While I use professional full frame cameras, I am convinced that it is the photographer’s attention and sensitivity which helps to make the most out of a picture.