Photographer Agata Wolanska‘s career path started by capturing friends, mostly dancers and musicians, and soon turned into passion for fashion shoots.
“It’s kind of the retrospective of what I see and put into my photography.”
Working between London and Paris, Wolanska’s style can be described as the combination of her affection for colors, shapes, and a candid observation of the everyday life. Fascinated by different cultures and environments, Wolanska puts instinctively the things she encounters on a daily basis into the fashion context. “It’s a sort of documenting ‘mise-en-scène’, which allows me to create the atmosphere and transfer my taste on things I can see around me,” says the photographer. Her work is usually described as retro, which feels fine with the artist. She explains: “I don’t dislike it as it’s kind of the retrospective of what I see and put into my photography.”