Today we’d like to introduce you to Korbin Bielski.
Korbin, please kick things off for us by telling us about yourself and your journey so far.
I have always been an artist painting, drawing, and photography. I went to film school to follow my other artistic passion, but upon graduation and moving to L.A. I discovered that my life long passion for photography was going to be my career of choice. It took me a long time to jump in fully and many lives as it seems, but here I am. I have been shooting professional since 2011 and my new venture is fine art photography, which really feels like the right direction.
Can you give our readers some background on your art?
I have always loved nature and landscape photography as well as vintage signs, especially here in California. I shoot a lot of that as you will see on my website, but I am now concentrating on taking my fashion photography experience and creating more conceptual art with people as the subject. I want my images to evoke a feeling, whatever that feeling may be for you.
As an artist, I have learned that what my intentions or feeling behind the image isn’t going to be the same for everyone and I think that is great! I still paint, but I love the instantaneous result from taking a photo. I want people to be moved and to be inspired. I have been inspired by so many artist and I would love to have that same effect on people.
How do you think about success, as an artist, and what do quality do you feel is most helpful?
Success to me is the ability to do what you love and get paid for it. I want total freedom to create and travel the world. I feel travel is the best way to discover, get inspired and recharge.
- Website: korbinbielski.com
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Instagram: @korbinb
The subject poses naked and vulnerable wanting all to see, but still afraid to show the true self. Wearing a mask, pretending to be someone or something they are not in hopes to be liked and get likes. Now trapped like a zoo animal behind a facade created for followers and attention.
Like most Americans striving for more and trying to keep up, but still unable to fill the void.
Korbin Bielski Photography