Bence Kalmar

Brighton, United Kingdom
The objective reality does not exist, so I do not even try to photograph that.

I believe that we have our own reality which forms by our feelings, and has a continuous connection with the images of the things surrounding us. Trough this own world, we see our environment, which transforms in every second. The image we see is just as important as the feeling linked to it, these two things forms our own reality. We can make this more visible, than the objective reproduction of the world.

Because of this I usually work in an intuitive way, and do not try to express concrete ideas or thoughts but feelings, and emotions. I photograph my own reality.

Work Experience


October 2011 - April 2012 Budapest, Hungary



January 2011 - August 2012 Budapest, Hungary


University Of Brighton

Present United Kingdom


English (Fluent),
Spanish (Conversational),
Hungarian (Native),


Diák- és Ifjúsági Újságírók Országos Egyesülete

The Student Photographer of the Year - 3rd place