A warm welcome from one design enthusiast to another! I am glad you are here.
Are you the mastermind behind stellar design exhibitions, searching for high-quality photography that captures the essence of your hard work and creative spirit? You have come to the right place – I am at your service, ready to help.
My name is Michał Mazur, and I have carved a niche for myself in the realm of photographing design exhibitions. My experience stretches across various venues, including trade fairs, galleries, museums, and retail spaces.
Partnering with me is a seamless experience. Your role? Bring to life a captivating design exhibition. My role? Capture its essence through my lens, meticulously edit and retouch the images, and provide you with publication-ready digital stills. Rest assured, I handle every aspect of the photography process independently, equipped with my own gear.
Why choose me? My journey to photography was preceded by a decade in design journalism and trend forecasting, where I made a name for myself as Trend Nomad. I have explored thousands of design exhibitions across the globe, gaining insights and expertise in both design and photography. And having been an editor for a design magazine, I possess a deep understanding of what journalists seek and appreciate.
Are we the perfect fit? Here is how you can tell:
- You are deeply passionate about design – it is more than just a job to you.
- You prioritise quality over quantity in your brand, products, and exhibitions.
- You recognise that while I may not be the cheapest option, I offer unparalleled value for your investment.
- You prefer a collection of 10 meticulously retouched images over a batch of 50 hastily snapped shots.
- You value trust, mutual respect, and integrity in your professional relationships.
I operate as a committed full-time solopreneur, with my business based in the European Union – my beloved home.
I am eager and ready to capture the unique story of your exhibition, no matter where in the world it may be. Shall we dance?
Always delighted to connect,
P.S. This is me photographing me, who photographed me, photographing me: