“I make photography with my soul, capturing different moments of my life. I see the world differently through the lens of my camera; it has taught me to notice beauty when sadness surrounds me.
I’ve always been fascinated by people. I like looking at them, studying their characteristics, their reaction, getting to know their stories. I believe each human being is unique, beautiful and unpredictable.
I won many photography competitions including: National Award 2021 Sony World Photography Awards, National Award 2016 Sony World Photography Awards, BenQ 2019 PhotoVue Competition, PWP’s 37th Anniversary International, Shoot The Face International Portrait Photography Award, TZIPAC, Px3, IPA, 35photo awards and many more.
My photographs have been exhibited in places such as London, Krakow, Dublin, Vermont, New York, Vienna, Cairo, Rome, Switzerland, Athens, Moscow, India, France (Saint Gilles Croix de Vie) and many more.
My works have appeared in various publications & websites including: Lensbaby, Adore Chroma Magazine, Silvershotz Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine Uk, PH magazine, Worbz, Blur Magazine, Camera Obscura Journal, DPI Magazine, Tribe Magazine, Musse magazine, Foto4all, CHIP Foto Video, Photo Magazine, Fine Art Photo Magazine, Lookslikefilm, Seamlessphoto, 1x.com, N-Photo Magazine, Practical Photography Magazine, 121clicks.com, The Phoblographer, Fuji X Passion Photography Magazine and many more.”
Clients & Projects: Litera, Lensbaby, Xiaomi, Benq, Electroalfa, Banca Comercială Română, Wahafestival
“Cristina Venedict is an award-winning photographer from Romania. Much of her work focuses on fine art and environmental portraits, but she also enjoys shooting more candidly at various festivals around Europe.” lensbaby
“Cristina Venedict’s fine art captured our eyes – it not only showcases her skills as a photographer, but her imagination and creativity. Her work is painterly, poetic and romantic.” Lookslikefilm
“Cand pui un aparat foto in mana unui profesionist, nu ies doar imagini; se prea poate ca fotograful sa-si tinteasca aparatul fix catre sufletul celui fotografiat. Asta cel putin daca vorbim de portrete.” iqads