I love traveling. Anywhere. Discovering new things, getting lost, leaving the well trodden path. I like to look at the world through a different lens. The search of peripheral destinations took me to Northern Finland, Marrakesh, Thai elephant camps or among Indonesian whale hunters.
Over the years my passion for photography has grown into a profession. I became a qualified photojournalist and started to publish articles and photo essays about remote destinations in magazines such as the Földgömb (magazine of the Hungarian Geographic Society), The Explorer and the Inter Press Magazin.
In August 2008, my wife and I moved to New Zealand,where alongside all the hard physical work we gained many new travel experiences. After one and a half adventorous years in the Pacific region, we flew to Thailand, settled down in Bangkok, where for 18 months we taught English at a local high school. Currently we are living in Budapest. I teach English and work as a tour guide.