Jay Vasiljeva

By 8th February 2020April 8th, 2021Ireland based Photographers

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Jay Vasiljeva is a Dublin based self-taught conceptual photographer who is doing creative photography in Ireland since 2017. She combines her love and passion for photography with fantasy and sci-fi, costume, prop making and photo editing skills to make one of a kind story-telling experience through the art of Photography and rest was history.
Modern Ireland is a very grey place with rich and inspiring past with one of a kind landscape that is widely recognised around the world for it’s iconic imagery, but not many use it to it’s full potential past Sunday paintings and simple landscape shots.

Jay stays out of the spotlight of creative world and make her work the centre of attention and it’s own mysterious world, as she believes art should be made for the sake of appreciating art and how far imagination can bring us to create something wonderful. She can only hope her work could make an emotional connection with viewers and they take something out of it and share their experiences with it, but each individual is different and as with anything some will love it while others will hate it.

While shooting digital she prefers to edit her work with more of a “raw” finish. Leaving those natural element that get erased in modern beauty industry of the Photography world, but it’s something small that adds a character, distinctive unique features and a slightly analogue feel to her work.

Her work could be described as mainly creative portraiture, but she doesn’t like to tight cast herself to one style so she is a strong believer no matter what it is if you feel like shooting you should shoot and question if it was worth a shot or not later even if sometimes you may even revisit same shot few years later and you start looking completely differently at it.

Bio & Career

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