Anastasia Fugger

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Anastasia Fugger's photography spans from landscapes in Mexico to capturing the cultures of Burma and the underwater world in South Africa
The photographer studied Behavioural Biology at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland before taking up photography
Antonia is working on a long-term photography collaboration together with Carolina Pimenta, called the [gone] project, which captures a unique perspective of seemingly known grounds.

Anastasia was raised in between the U.S and Germany and has travelled extensively throughout her life, with the camera always at her side. With a background in Behavioural Biology, she decided to take her passion for photography on a more professional level and studied at the Spéos Institute of Photography in Paris, where she took classes in photojournalism, computer imaging and studio photography. Since then, she has tried to capture moments of beauty wherever she goes. Her photography spans from landscapes in Mexico to capturing the cultures of Burma and the underwater world in South Africa. She is currently working on a long-term photography collaboration together with Carolina Pimenta, called the gone Project, which captures a unique perspective of seemingly known grounds. Their last series gone Poland will be shown in London, Berlin and Warsaw in 2017.