Tomek Kozlowski - has worked as a freelance documentary photographer for over 20 years, based in Poznan, graduated with a Ph.D. degree in economics, co-fouolandnder of WhyNot Art & Photo Gallery. He is a social documentary and portrait photographer. He has worked on long term projects as a professional photographer in more than 30 countries between 2015 and 2020. His work focuses on culture heritage and social affairs in South America, Asia, and Europe. Working in close collaboration with National Geographic Poland to produce the photographic project of Vikings roads around the world. Granted with National Geographic on one of his latest projects. His photographs have been published in many international magazines such as: the LFI Leica Fotografie International, National Geographic, Poznaj Swiat Magazine and many more. He is represented by WhyNot Gallery.

Tomeks work has been recognised through a number of international awards (or finalist) including:

2019 Travel Photographer of the Year in Street Life category (single image category) / UK

IPA International Photo Awards 2019 in People / Culture category (New York, USA),

IPA International Photo Awards 2019 in People / Portrait (New York, USA),

Sony World Photography Awards 2019 in Culture category (London, UK),

Moscow International Foto Awards 2019 in People / Culture category (Moscow, RUS),

Kuala Lumpur International Portrait Award 2019 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia),

National Geographic 2019 - XV Konkurs Fotograficzny in People category (Warsaw, Poland),

Sony World Photography Awards 2018 in Portrait category (London, UK),

IPA International Photo Awards 2018 in Portrait category (New York, USA),

IPA International Photo Awards 2018 in Culture category (New York, USA),

Kuala Lumpur International Portrait Award 2018 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia),

National Geographic 2018 - XIV Konkurs Fotograficzny in People category (Warsaw, Poland),

Top 100 Photography Award / Photokina 2018 (Cologne, Germany),

Canon Professional Network in Portrait category (New York, USA) and others.

The following year (2020/2021) he continues the project on the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland and Newfoundland.

Photograph by Hanna Kozlowska

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