I was born in 1986 - Miskolc, Hungary. My first experience with photography was at the age of 15 during an art workshop in Szerencs. This is where I met with Hungarian painter János Fajó. This meeting made a great impression on me and motivated me to pursue further art studies. After graduating from high school, I enrolled at the University of West-Hungary, Institute of Applied Arts. During this period, I was awarded the Sirius scholarship and moved to Denmark for one year where I had the opportunity to study archaical photography and learned about cyanotype, ambrotype, bromoil and liquid emulsion processes under the guidance of danish photographer Emil Schildt.
After graduating from The University of West Hungary with a major in Packaging Design in 2010, I worked for two digital media companies and a commercial agency (Solid Studio, Brick Visual and Kirowski Isobar) out of Budapest until 2014. Since then I have worked with different clients as a Freelance Creative, in the field of Motion Graphics, Graphic Design, Video and Photography. Besides freelance work I’m continuously uploading to the bigger stock photography and footage websites. As a person I’m incredibly enthusiastic and love working with passionate people who share my commitment to conceptual thinking and constant improvement. I love to see media as it affects our perception with a clear visual language, has influences on our everyday life with engaging interactions, meaningful moments and fun.

photographed by Vera A. fehér
In 2009 I became a member of the Studio of Young Photographers in Budapest, my work was shown during several group exhibitions. In 2016 one of my works was exhibited at the Soundscape exhibition at Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center in Budapest. After this exhibition I started to explore the relationship between visual and audio-based mediums. For a deeper investigation in the same subject, in 2017 I began studying photography MA at the University of Kaposvár. For several years now I have been exploring the relation between the technical image and the sounds surounds us. Many of my Fine Art works consists of moving images, I also deal a lot with classical photography, particularly with photograms. My Fine Art work is characterized by experimenting with different techniques and methods, the juxtaposing of different elements. My recent diploma work constituted of two parts, my thesis paper which was dealing with the portrayal of silence in photography and my practical work, Silence, which was examining the difficulties of finding a silent point in a modern urban centrum point.
After graduating in June, 2019 I moved to Stockholm, where I currently live and work as a Freelance Creative. I truly believe that motion content captures customers' attention more that's why I mainly work as a Motion Designer recently. Creating and producing commercial and applied arts are as important for me as finding my own voice in the Fine Art field. Every project is a new journey. I love collaboration - let's connect.​​​​​​​

+46 73 575 5015   +36 20 585 3569
Barbara Nyiri
02.12.1986. / Miskolc - Hungary
2010 » Solid Studio

2012 » Freelancer at www.angelaandroida.com

2013 »
Kirowski Isobar

2014 » Brick Visual

2015 » Freelance Creative at Barbara Nyiri Design
2023 » Exeger Operations AB

1998 » 2004 Bocskai István High School » Szerencs

2006 » 2007 Vraa Hojskole » Denmark » Archaic Photography department

2004 » 2010 University of Sopron » Institute of Applied Arts » Packaging Designer

2017 » 2019 University of Kaposvár, Rippl-Rónai Faculty of Art, Media Art Institute » Master of Photography
Software Skills
Photoshop - Illustrator - InDesign - Premier Pro - After Effects - Cinema4D - Octane - DaVinci
hungarian (native) - english - swedish

Awards and milestones
2009 » Young Creativ Chevrolet group competition » 1. prize in Hungary » 2. prize in Europe, Berlin

2009 » Member of
Studio of Young Photographers Hungary » Budapest

2010 »
Degree Trademark Protection » Hungarian Patent Office competition

2018-2019 »
UNKP » research grant

2019 » The short documentary
HAIDER is the opening piece of Slow Film Festival

Exhibitions -workshops
2005 » Double cover » group exhibition at Rakétabázis » Zsámbék

2006 »
Without words » solo exhibition in Torony Gallery » Sopron

2008 »
FaluKÉP(e)zők » group camera obscura exhibition » Millenáris, Artbázis » Budapest

2008 »
Organizer of Camera Obscura Workshop under the Organization of WORKSHOPRON » Sopron

2009 »
From Dusk till Dawn  » new members group exhibition with Studio of Young Photographers » Budapest

2014 »
Vans Classics & A38 » Shoe(print)painting with invited artists on A38 ship » Budapest

2014 » Group exhibition in Casati Gallery »
Ubik – time and space distortions » Budapest

2014 » Group exhibiton in Mai Manó House »
The New with the Old » Contemporary photographs made with historic processes » Budapest

2014 » Group exhibition in Artbazis with Studio of Young Photogrphers »
The accompanying symptoms of love » Budapest

2015 » Group exhibition in Robert Capa Center »
Soundscapes » Budapest

2017 »
Art Market Budapest with Studio of Young Photographers » Budapest
2018 » Köz.kemp POP-UP bejelentkezés » Group exhibition in Labor Bp with the results of KÖZ.KEMP workshop 2017 »  topic » DYSTOPIA » Budapest

2018 » The short documentary,
HAIDER was selected to the program of Slow Film Festival » Eger

2018 »
Relative Time » Group exhibition in My Museum Gallery » Budapest
2018 » COMMUNITAS » Group exhibition in Labor Bp with the results of KÖZ.KEMP workshop 2018; actual topic » RITE » Budapest
2018 » Bor, Mámor, Bénye Festival » Group exhibition » Erdőbénye
2019 » DIPLOM » Group graduating exhibition in Gallery FUGA

2019 » Christmas Fair of Studio of Young Photographers in Gallery K.A.S. and in My Museum Gallery » Budapest

2019 »
Redefining Boundaries » Group exhibition in Galerie FaVU » Brno

2019 »
F F S _ N E W S _ P O P - U P » Group exhibition with the Studio of Young Photographers in Gallery K.A.S. » Budapest

2020 »
On Speaking Terms » Group exhibiton of the graduates of University Kaposvár in Gallery K.A.S. » Budapest
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