My name is Endre Sebok. I am of both Hungarian and Canadian nationality, having spent various portions of my life in Budapest and Toronto. Brussels, where I have lived with my family since 2011, is an ideal in-between.
My interest in photography developed in my final years of undergraduate studies and has been defined by using the camera as a means to discover unique, photographic perspectives that can easily elude, or be altogether inaccessible to, the ‘naked eye’.
I have found many of these perspectives through macro photography, exposing amazing vistas that are hidden right at our own feet. More recently I have returned my attention to the urban environment, looking to combine peculiarities of our urban landscape with a photographic interpretation that creates a new perspective for the viewer.
Cover – Viewfinders newsletter (April 2014)
Cover – Viewfinders newsletter (May 2015)
Cover – Viewfinders newsletter (January 2016)
Cover – Viewfinders newsletter (December 2016)
Cover – Viewfinders newsletter (October 2020)
Cover – Viewfinders newsletter (June 2023)
Cover – European Law and Politics 4th ed. (Hungarian textbook)
Photographer for Brussels Biennale of Eclectic Architecture (BBEA) 2023 – various publications
Photographer for Brussels Biennale - Neoclassic (BBN) 2022 – various publications
Photos featured in ‘L’Art Nouveau a Bruxelles: Demeures Intemporelles’ (pp121-123)
La Revolution du Complex (photos for website)
Exhibition of ‘Photorigami’ – Viewfinders Club “Collective” – March 2023
Exhibition of ‘Photorigami (solo) – Octopus Heartcenter – September 2023
Exhibition of ‘The soul of the old NATO HQ’ (solo) – forthcoming