At the fishing port of Essaouira in Morocco, 2019. © Zsuzsanna Balogh

István András Juhász is a freelance photographer currently based in Budapest, Hungary.
He completed his studies in economics then went on to work in finance. As a DJ, he took an active part in the Hungarian underground electronic music scene. He had his own program at Tilos Radio, and he was co-founder of one of the first Hungarian independent record labels, Legenda Records. Currently he works as a freelance photographer. In his works, he usually focuses on human relationships as well as the effects of current affairs and complex social issues on the individual. To put it short, the main focus is on the everyday life of ordinary people. 
Interested in their personal stories,  their microcosmos, their way of living and reflection on their environment in order to give a different perspective on and hopefully a better understanding of the world we live in. 

I am open to any cooperations, ideas, assignments anywhere, worldwide. Just hit me up and let's discuss our common future!

Education:
2018 Nikon-NOOR Masterclass
2016-2017 Istituto Europeo di Design, IED Master Madrid - Master in Professional Photography
2014-2015 MÚOSZ (Association of Hungarian Journalists) György Bálint Academy of Journalism – Degree in Photojournalism
2006-2009 Corvinus University of Budapest - Msc in Marketing

Awards:
2016 - 35th Hungarian Press Photo Contest - Honorable mention for "Reading Commuter" in documentary photography, series
2015 - Nikon 7 in Hungary – Professional category – 1st place
2015 - Morpholio EyeTime 2015 - Special recognition

Exhibitions:
2020 - Capazine - Group exhibition at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest
2019 - Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition - “Sister Act” in portrait photography, series
2018 - Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition - Single images
2017 - Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition - Single images
2016 - Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition - "Reading Commuter" in documentary photography, series
2015-2016 Utazó Olvasó (Reading Commuter) Travelling exhibition in Hungarian Libraries throughout the country.
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