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Agata Stoinska is a Polish-born photographer working in Ireland. Agata’s unique and edgy style is part of what makes her one of Ireland’s most sought after fashion photographers.
[This post is part of our series showcasing the best of Irish fashion]
In early February 2009 Agata Stoinska opened D-light Studios, a large warehouse style studio space in the heart of Dublin’s North Inner City. The vision behind the studio was to provide a multimedia and art space providing a facility for photographers, television productions, artists, theatre companies, fashion shows and students.
D-light studios housed the ‘Creative GetTogether’, a networking night organised by Agata and fellow members of the Dublin City Enterprise Board. These events, held on the first Tuesday of every month, aimed at bringing sole traders in the creative industry together with the hope of sharing ideas, business and colaborations.
Agata also provides education and training to young and new photographers working in Dublin and Ireland by teaching fashion photography workshops. These workshops were designed to give students an insight into the world and business of fashion photography.
For a selection of Agata’s best work please visit here website by clicking here.
Exhibition of Seen by Scene Feb ‘09
Exhibition of The Beauty and Wisdom of Age ‘09
Exhibtion of Mixed Colony of Beauty ‘10
Exhibiton Mirror in Skotia Galllery in New Mexico ‘10
Fashion Photography Workshops (Ongoing)
BLOW Photography Magazine
Agata’s current photographic project is done in collaboration with Eddie Shannahan and Roxanne Parker. This project is based on celebrating coutre fashion photography of the fifties and sixties, and was inspired by ‘Sybil Connolly’s exquisite use of fabric and attention to detail’. The project will also feature Irish designers who have designed pieces exclusively for this exhibition while illustrating true craftsmanship and originality.
This is a special art photography project combining the work of photographer Agata Stoinska and producer / art director Eddie Shanahan to celebrate the artistic quality and craftsmanship of contemporary Irish jewellery and accessories.
BLOW Photography Magazine
Ireland’s first A3 Photography Magazine. Aimed at photographers of all disciplines, BLOW has set out to offer a platform for both Irish and international image makers to have their work seen, debated and discussed.
Opened Dublin’s premiere studio space D-light Studios in February 2009.
Nominated for Best Fashion Photographer of the Year at the Off The Rails Fashion Awards.
Host of Homeless Gallery – Photography Exhibition as part of PhotoIreland Festival.
Carraig Donn Clothing