Vanda Ralevska is a semi-professional landscape photographer based in London. Photography has been her passion since her teens, and over the years it became an inseparable part of her life. It enables her to see things that normally stay unnoticed and appreciate the beauty that exists within everyday scenes. She is passionate about capturing the world we live in, always searching for those fleeting moments of magic that transform it into something extraordinary.
Vanda is predominantly a landscape photographer. Her images strive to reflect the atmosphere, feeling, and sheer wonderment that our natural world can evoke within us. Having grown up in an industrial area of former Czechoslovakia, she soon learnt how to appreciate beauty of the natural world, far away from hustle and bustle of a big city. Nowadays she finds most of her inspiration in quieter scenes and intimate details, whether it is on the coast, in woodland, in the countryside, or even in cities, during quiet times.
Vanda is a member of Arena Photographers, World Women Art and Echiquier groups. She has had several successes in international competitions, including the International Garden Photographer of the Year and the Black and White Spider Awards. Her work has been published in magazines and on online publications. She regularly takes part in joint exhibitions, and gives lectures at photographic clubs, groups and festivals, both in the UK and abroad.