Jan 14, 2019
Andrew is a Polish photographer who alternates his work between fashion photography and personal projects. In his series "The man who fell from the sky", Andrew reflects over the life of an artist, with its fears, doubts, challenges and moments of hope. Using simple poses, Andrew has achieved a fantastic level of expression where we can perceive his interpretation about being a creative soul. A journey that is not always easy but can be very rewarding.
am - First of all thank you very much for your contribution to our project. Can you please introduce yourself for us?
AT - My name is Andrew Tarnawczyk and I was born in Poland. I studied photography in Edinburgh, Scotland. I'm a photographer collaborating with fashion magazines around the Europe.
am - How did you start in photography?
AT - Classic scenario. I was bored with life so I bought a camera.
am - What is “The man who fell from the sky” about?
AT - "The man who fell from the sky" is a personal project that shows the journey of an artist. His struggles, doubts and fears are framed within a cold vision and create this metaphorical showdown. Dreamlike adventure in search of love, hope and the artist's own identity.
am - What inspires your work?
AT - Mostly dreams.
am - Who are your favourite photographers / artists?
AT - I will narrow it down to these two geniuses: Guy Bourdin and Zdzislaw Beksinski.
am - What’s your favourite movie?
AT - Must be Green Mile.
am - What is your favourite photo book?
AT - Yet to be read.
am - Thank you very much for your time and your contribution to analog magazine.
All images © Andrew Tarnawczyk