Over the years, after almost failing my marriage and my dreams, my passion became supporting other multicultural couples and document their love.
Over the years; after almost failing my marriage and my dreams; overcoming homesickness and loneliness; I now feel like I finally found who I am and what my purpose is. To document other multicultural couple stories and support their journey.
I started taking pictures to remember.
I was documenting my life experiences to share with my family who lived 6000 miles away from us. And for me it was important to capture REAL moments.
But it wasn't until my first daughter was born that I realized how truly important my obsession was. The only way my family was able to watch our daughter grow was by seeing what I’ve photographed.
2008 was a life changing year for me.
I graduated, got engaged, learned English, moved to the US and got married. For immigration reasons we had a very fast and simple courthouse wedding. But for us it was perfect, because were finally able to be together!
I was born in Serbia as a Hungarian girl, and spent my whole childhood in a city called Novi Sad. During the Yugoslavian war, when I was 10, we had to leave our home and move to Hungary.
My family started rebuilding our life in a small town called Szombathely. After turning 25 my dream was to live in Italy, so I learned Italian and found a really good school in Milan. This is where I met my husband, Adam who happened to be American.