From fashion to Indian street scenes; portraiture to explorations in texture, young Hungarian photographer Reka Koti's body of work spans the full range of subjects - handling each one with great sensitivity.
Originally, Koti studied law in Budapest, London and MIlan, but after completing her diploma, she returned to Hungary to concentrate fully on a career in photography.
Now based in Budapest, Koti has since worked with a number of progressive Hungarian fashion designers such as Dora Mojzes, Nora Sarman, and Dora Abodi although she definitely has her eye on the bigger picture:
"...I do love to engage in fashion photography [but] I am also excited about participating in other art projects such as contributing in an upcoming video art festival or shooting images for the Zagar band, or working on an exclusive series with the beautiful Hungarian actress Gabriella Hamori. " She says.
Prefering to shoot natural lighting and surroundings, there is a kinetic energy to much of her work, where traces of light create a rather mysterious world.
"I prefer if a picture has some kind of timelessness, where the viewer can’t so easily decide as to when the picture was taken."
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