Born into a family with a long tradition of icon painting, C. Fodoreanu started painting from early ages. He received his first camera as a young boy and ever since then he has been using light and time to paint his photographs. His work touches on human condition, the fleeting time, divine intervention, fragility of life, personal boundaries, and intimacy. These themes are a consequence of his educational background with degrees in philosophy and medical sciences. He is the author of several projects, including nicula, plants, yellow skies, silent recall, dancers, street smart, and green bird.

C. Fodoreanu’s photography has been featured in a number of solo shows, which include the Harvard Arts First. His projects have participated in selected photography festivals, magazines and competitions, such as Palm Springs Photo Festival, Lensculture, PDN, PX3, Third Space - Harvard Medical School Literary Magazine, The Human Condition of UCSD School of Medicine, and APA Awards. His work can be found in private collections throughout United States and Europe. He currently lives in Southern California.

C. Fodoreanu’s latest project motus corporis is now available online. His work in progress macroskins is featured now under private viewing - we invite you to request access via the form on Contact page.


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