Pawel Mrowiec, Owner of QT Albums, Unraveled: An Interview
Pawel Mrowiec is mostly working in Photojournalism and Street Photography, although has a great passion for music festivals. Through his career as a Photographer he was commissioned to take photographs in Europe covering a variety of events. Currently working freelance for a number of companies while running photography album business at QTAlbums, Pawel is always looking for stories to tell through the photographic medium.
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Here is Pawel, Unraveled…
What inspired your art?
Henri Cartier Bresson / Guy Bourdin / Robert Capa / Sally Mann / Martin Parr / Vladimir Birgus/ Joseph Koudelka/ Helmut Newton
What do you shoot with? Camera body and favorite lens?
Mamiya 7 120 mm with 65 mm lens and Leica Mp 240 - with 35 mm Sumilux 1.4
What other ways do you express your creativity?
Long term projects that I have running on - right now a very disappearing Kiosks with newspaper - a symbolic form of communists news paper shops where you could buy only communist paper
How do you de-stress at the end of the day?
Mountains/ lakes / listening to sounds of nature / I do play a lot on my console. Also I bike.
What kind of music do you listen to while editing?
Lo Fi hip hop youtube channel // some deep-house channels electronic berlin music underground // some D&B if I have a taste for it, cinematic orchestra and stuff
What is your favorite book?
Tales of Terror: 58 Short Stories Chosen by the Master of Suspense
Name one movie that inspires you.
Alfred Hitchcock Birds, The Pi Number , Fountain, James Franko movies,
How do you handle self-doubt or creative slumps?
I read bio’s of great photographers!
What has been the most difficult part of your creative journey?
Understanding the quality to the things I do.
Who is one of your favorite photographers?
Henri Cartier Bresson , Robert Capa, Martin Parr, Tony Ray Jones, Joseph Koudelka, Alex Webb, Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton, Vladimir Birgus, Rafal Milach, Bogdan Dziworski, Thomas Dworzak, Peter Lindbergh, Alex Soth,