I am a photographer and visual artist from Lithuania. After studies in law and a career in an
international bank I gave up everything and re-started my career in creative industries in
London since 2012. After couple of years I came back to Lithuania where I continue my
practice while working in advertising.
My interests revolve around the city, which, I believe, is one of the most important and most
reflective creation of the human. I am particularly interested in the topics, like perception of
the space and time, systems of objects, errors, urbanism and expansion, city versus nature,
human identity and its reflections on the city.
I call my creative approach as “fictional documentary”. My creative process and visuals are
very much influenced by past career experiences therefore my approach to art is very
systematic, logical, have multiple layers. I love to make large-scale photographs that appropriate
visual language of advertising – the visuals are clean, vivid, a bit unrealistic. My photographs
never show the past - they are never about documentation and collective archive. Instead, I
choose to play with a photo medium to communicate certain symbolic means, to tell fictional
stories so I could deliver a message I want to communicate about.
I am published and exhibited internationally, awarded in photo contests, like, Gregory Crewdson
Uncanny, Photolux or CBRE Urban Photographer of the year, few to mention. My works were
acquired by art collectors in Lithuanian and abroad. You can see my detailed CV > here <