I moved to London in 2016 to study a Masters in Photojournalism at the London College of Communication. After graduating I chose to stay, partly because of the opportunity to document Brexit as both a historical and journalistic event.
Working for press during conferences and political events is undoubtedly part of my job as a journalist but beyond that, it is about listening and learning from it too. You get acquainted with well-known personalities and you engage yourself with political, economical or technical topics by doing your research and attending those panels. Last but not least, photography is capable of underlining the spread word. Hence, working closely with the speakers, often even in direct cooperation, enhances their communication.