Joint project with Polina Shubkina. All photographs taken at the exact same moment.
Synchrocity is a shared project that links two friends in two different cities across the world. Polina and I set a bunch of alarms throughout March 2017 to go off at the exact same time, and we'd photograph whatever was in front of us at that moment.
This year has been the busiest year of my professional life, and it has been tiring, but it's been fruitful. I didn't travel much this year,
or really get out of my home office much. But I suppose this is what "adulting" is.
Missing Polina and our time together.
I wonder if we will be able to collect an entire year, over the course of 12 years. April 2018, May 2019... etc. It's crazy to think about the last part of these series, January 2028. I wonder if we will have to switch from our phones to shooting with cyborg eye implants.
I'm still living in Prague, figuring out my career, mainly shooting studio portraiture, hoping to get more involved in fine art photography educational sphere. It has been a rather stressful year for several reasons, but generally, I can't complain.
This year I was lucky to meet up with a lot of friends from SCAD, still waiting for Sandra to visit though. Not sure when I will make it back to the Southeast Asia myself.