Zuzana Breznanikova is a Vogue-published photographer and multi-disciplinary artist based in London. Having a background in psychology and photography, Zuzana started with photography as a hobby when her dad gifted her a camera at the age of 13 and taught her how to take photos in a dark room. After honing a skill for taking good shots, she quickly developed a passion for photography and got her first work published in a national newspaper at the age of 16.
Breznanikova's artistic style blends classic high art and modern technology, resulting in intricate and vibrant photography inspired by Japan's rich culture and the beauty of nature. She uses different media and art forms and blends them in creative ways to craft appealing artworks. A symbiotic relationship between humans and nature/flowers characterizes her work.
With over 20 years of photography experience, Breznanikova has been commissioned to photograph with Harrods and other notable personalities. Her credits also include D&G, Prada, Ski Dior, Moncler, Rolls Royce, and Armani. Her work has been displayed in various art galleries/ exhibitions and on the main billboard of New York Times Square.
In 2021, Breznanikova jumped into the non-fungible realm and started turning her artwork into NFTs and selling them to raise money for a cause she cares about. One of her collections, 'Wild Flowers,' inspired by symbiosis between humans and nature, aims to capture the beautiful dissimilarity of 'white' and 'black' skin.
With a willingness to continue to push her art beyond the traditional realm, Breznanikova is such an inspiring artist to keep an eye out for!