About Me

“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.”

— Jonathan Swift


Floral Art Photographer based in Trzebinia/Poland

A graduate of Ukrainian Philology at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow.

Magda has bulit up an extensive portfolio since her interest in photography began 12 years ago.

Pursues her artistic interests in the area of ​​nature photography, macro photography and creating original paintings of the natural world. In this area she worked out her own poetic and majestic style.

In a short time she became an influential figure, emerging new trends in macrophotography. 

She presented her work on several solo and group exhibitions in Poland and abroad (United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Australia, Iran, France)
Magda  has received many recognitions and won many awards in photographic competitions in Poland and abroad, including competitions under the auspices of international organizations, FIAP and PSA. 

She is the  first in the history  double winner of the  International Garden Photographer of the Year2012 and 2015.


Photography raising awareness to the beauty of nature to me, I've learned to see things invisible, to enjoy a million small details, which previously did not pay attention. First of all, it became my way of life and the cure for all evils …I do not know who or why, what strength created the world that surrounds us. I know that it is an unusual and fascinating in every smallest detail that is a miracle. It is not my priority showing the world exactly the way it is. There are many other photographers who do it better than me. I want the audience to present my vision of the world, this idyllic paradise of fairy tales. I hope that looking at my pictures, for a while, wake up a child inside of them, because the world in the eyes of children is always more colorfull , fascinating, mysterious and full of surprises. 

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