EuropeShotLooking for own style of expression; The inspiration of Lenka Jesonka

I liked to live in my own world of fantasy and imagination, nevertheless looking for own style of expression was a long way. At high school I made some literary works – short stories and later also poems and reflections.

My name is Lenka Jesonka and I was born at Ostrava Czech Republic in 1987. Since childhood, I liked to live in my own world of fantasy and imagination, nevertheless looking for own style of expression was a long way.

At high school I made some literary works – short stories and later also poems and reflections. Firstly, I worked as make-up artist. My cooperation with many photographers aroused mine interest in photography and I consequently started taking my own pictures. My photos evoke feelings of mystery, uncertainty and fear. Factors of time, derealisation, and depersonalisation can be found in all photos. The inspiration comes from other amateur photographers, whose pictures reflect themselves and show fragments of their own world to the spectators. I currently live in Brno, where are usually takes the pictures. Currently study at University of Defence in Brno, where I focuse on research in the area of health risk assessment. [Official Website][ebook]
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    janssens serge

    Aug 21, 2013 at 22:20

    Le poids d’une société complètement indifférente est ressentie de façon évidente sur la série d’images de Lenka,du moins c’est le sentiment que j’éprouve .subjectif bien entendu ,mais je tiens à félicité Lenka pour le très bon travail effectué ,bravo !!!! serge

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    janssens serge

    Sep 2, 2013 at 23:02

    Images antinomique d’ un sommeil paradoxal j’aime .Mes félicitations Lenka ! Serge Janssens

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