To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It’s a way of life.
–Henri Cartier-Bresson
I am the first generation of city born children in my family.  I grew up in one of the biggest and most
beautiful Polish cities called Wroclaw. 
For as long as I can remember I have always had a strong connection to
the Polish countryside. I used to describe myself as “someone who lives between
two worlds”. I would spend every summer on my grandparent’s farm. One of the
most intense periods of time each year on Polish farms is when the crops are
maturing for the harvest. Even as young children we were involved in helping
out on the fields.
One of my most beautiful memories is when three or four families’
of uncles and aunties gathered together to help on the farm. Adults and
children spread out across the field grouping together and tidying up
previously cut grass. We would then gather it together in big piles which would
be used mostly as feed for the animals during cold winter seasons.  I loved how we supported each other and
worked together. I remember the laughter, the colour of the Polish summer and
the field work.  
Soon after I completed my Masters Degree in Art and Cultural Study
I left Poland to travel around India and later migrated to Australia.
Soon after arriving to Australia I was privileged to win Lord Mayers Photographic Awards and from that moment I persuade my photographic passion as my profession.  
I have been photographing for Australian families, businesses,  government as well as non profit organisations for last 12 years.  
I call Australia home now. I live and work in beautiful city of Brisbane.
Every time I travel with Outback futures to distant outback locations, meeting
farmers and hearing of their way of life, my heart fills with passion. The
passion is for their amazing environment, their strengths and struggles, as
well as for the human connections. 
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I have a privilege to work with many Australian businesses including 
My work has been published in number of Australian magazines (Australian Traveller, Grazier Magazine ) and exhibited in Brisbane Museum as well as Tweed Regional Gallery in NSW. 
In 2019 I had a solo photo exhibition in Woolloongabba Substation: Helping Mothers Care for Kids with Disabilities in India
Photography is an amazing way of framing time and I am  honoured to photograph people and their stories. 
Agi x​​​​​​​

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