There are two things without which I can’t imagine my life. First is movement and the second is photography.
It all started when I was about 13 or 14 years old, when my friends and I started to explore an abandoned building in the area. We would play tag and other games, watch sunsets on the roof and we would sometimes set up a campfire there at night. It may sound funny, but it was then that my acquaintance with parkour and photography really began.
After all, what could be better than taking a parent’s old camera, climbing to the roof and taking a picture heroically standing over a precipice on a thin horizontal bar with a sunset as my background?
I have developed this passion to this day, turning it from a hobby to a speciality. Gradually technology updated and with it I gained skills and experience in photography. Now I'm 25, but I'm still the same 14-year-old kid who jumps on the roofs, pipes and railings and takes pictures of my friends and I.
I consider myself an extreme photographer, because my parkour skills allow me to be in the places ordinary people can’t reach. Aside from taking parkour-related pictures I love to photograph other sports, as well as portraits, landscapes, cities, architecture and animals. I’m always happy to try something new – except weddings!
Sometimes it’s really hard but I think people should do exactly what they love the most and always follow their dreams.