Róbert Weinraub is a young, aspiring photographer born in the heart of Transylvania in 1994.
His interest for photography started to flourish during high-school years: in the beginning he experimented with the medium by placing himself in the centre of his photos. Self-examination through photography has become his trademark.
In 2014 he got admitted to Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest where he acquired basic technical knowledge and continued to explore the boundaries of self-portraiture. In 2016 he spent five months in Belgium studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp with the Erasmus scholarship. Leading up to his graduation in 2017 he wrote his bachelor thesis about gender identity and sexuality in the photographic self-portrait. After his studies he started a 7 months internship in Berlin at a collective photography space, called FKKollektiv, where he had the chance to dive into different analogue techniques in photography.
He is currently based in Berlin.