Photographer transforms abandoned places in the terrible fantasy
• The photographer transforms abandoned places in the terrifying fantasies
Dzherzik Karen (Karen Jerzyk) from Boston began working in the genre of portraiture in 2009. Money to the studio for novice self-taught photographer, of course, was not, so the choice of locations for filming, Karen had to be approached very creative. So began her love for the shooting in abandoned places, due to which the girl even once arrested. "It was the best thing that ever happened to me", - says Karen.
However, on their own feelings, Karen, still in her photographs "something was missing". In 2011, he died suddenly the girl's father, plunging her life in the struggle with the huge stress and depression. However, experiencing this loss, she finally was able to find himself in the art. "My photos found emotions. They are a direct reflection of what is happening inside of me. Now I am satisfied and proud of their creations, "- says Karen. She calls herself a "very introverted and painfully strange photographer" and, judging by the titles of some works, often inspired by thrillers and horror films.
"They're all gone."
"in my closet."
"After the Flood".
"The nightmare of awakening."
"The daughter of a farmer."
"nature versus nurture".
"Ships at sea."
"The valley of ferns."
"The Butterfly Effect."
"The smallest dinosaur."
"In connection with the killer."