About me II

Marek Biegalski

EFIAP-( Excellence Artist Federation Internationale L’Art Photographique).

CANON IRELAND

I’m commercial, portrait and nature/landscapes photographer. Born in Poland in the early ’70s, I have moved to Ireland in 2006. I’m a self-thought photographer. My work captures sublime moments of light and surrounding, which is a result of meticulous planning and preparation. I’m looking out for patterns within the landscape and the hidden link between reality and the imagination. I am currently living in Skerries, County Dublin. I do work on a variety of corporate/commercial contracts. Currently, collaborate with CANON Ireland. Over the years I organize a series of photographic workshops to Norway, Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden, France, and Beautiful Ireland. Numbers of my work has been published in several well-known magazines “National Geographic”,”The Times”, “Irish Independent” etc…. I was fortunate to received numbers of worldwide awards, included National Geographic Finalist, HIPA, SIPA, Grand Trierenberg, New York Exhibition, MONOCHROME AWARDS and many more

Photography is an art

It’s about finding extra-ordinary

In an ordinary place

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AWARDS

 

Since 2014 I have been participating in photography contest around the world.I have been fortunate to be awarded in many prestiguses contest receiving a number of different awards

42%Gold medals

21%Silver medal

18%Bronze medal

89%Honorable mentions

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When, while the lovely valley teems with vapour around me, and the meridian sun strikes the upper surface of the impenetrable foliage of my trees.

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