Photographer and digital artist from the UK LaVey Veronika (Veronika Lavey) – author of surrealist works, imbued with mysticism and mystery. Using the camera and opportunities of modern software, it creates an incredible worlds inhabited by strange people and amazing human beings.
Veronica LaVey has not been studied photography and painting at the academies and studios – she learned it's not an easy art. But the education received at the University of literature and writing, really helping the photographer in the work. Imagination Veronica, fed by the books and stories of his native County of Herefordshire, creates fantastic images, like dreams.
Work Veronica are ideas that could be the basis of literary works. LaVey wrote many short stories and even started to write a novel when suddenly he realized that it is better able to reveal the characters in the photos. The artist admits that for the successful development of writing talent she lacks passion. But the passion for photography and digital art have steadily increased and in the end, she forced Veronica to change my occupation.
LaVey argues that photography and digital manipulation open in front of her much more opportunities for the expression of thoughts than words. Visual storytelling, and it says so on his works, Veronica is a great way to interact with audiences, which itself can complement the author's ideas in your own fantasies, making the creative process is endless.
Interaction with the audience plays a big role in the work of Veronica. She writes:
LaVey believed that the primary goal of her work is awaken people's imagination, to force them not only watch, but also to discuss, communicate, comprehend. She believes that if the work is a reaction, it was not created in vain. We believe that every work of Veronica LaVey worthy of your attention, but have selected for you the best, in our opinion. More works of photo-artist you can see on her website and on instagram.
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