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Hungarian, originally from Romania, Andrea Bakacs is an editorial and fine art photographer specialising in travel, lifestyle, food, still-life, and landscapes, respectively. Formally trained as a photographer while studying at Parsons School of Design in New York City, Bakacs went on to spend several years as a photo editor for Martha Stewart Living and Everyday Food, sharpening her eye to what inspires her the most: the duality of city and country life, culture and travel, good food and great wine, and all the amazing moments in between. Editorial clients include Esquire, The Atlantic, Bon Appetit, Afar, Monocle, Entrepreneur, Budget Travel, Esquire UK, The Telegraph Sunday Magazine, and The FT.
Andrea’s fine art work has been published in American Photography, Photo District News, The Blow Up, Colors, Dirt, among other publications, and has exhibited nationwide including both group and solo shows. Bakacs's images are influenced by both her background and overlapping interests in travel, cultural iconography, and the environment. Her continuing project, "Snow Pictures”, explores her fascination with the resonances and transformative qualities of snow over a landscape.
In her spare time Bakacs likes to travel, snowboard, and engage with environmental issues such as climate change and sustainability. She was selected as one of six international Earthkeeper Heroes by the Timberland Company for her role as a green photo activist and agent of environmental change. Bakacs currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon.