I am a documentary/narrative photographer who also enjoys landscape photography, my current goal as a photographer is to try and tell engaging stories through a unique perspective.
These images are part of my last project was “K65”, a short book exploring the mysterious lost Nazi gold train that went missing in west Poland at the end of the second world war. With K65 referring to the last seen location of the train, next to the 65km marker on the rail between Wrocław and Wałbrzych.
The book takes the reader on a journey through the owl mountains and deep into the labyrinth of the Riese complex. I designed the book as both a mystery narrative and as a visual ode to the beauty of Poland’s landscapes