Lucian Marginean is a photographer. Diagnosed in his teenage years with a form of neuro-muscular distrophy, he found mind and soul salvation in photography. He spends most of his life in bed, reading or looking at photographs, or working at his improvised studio in the livingroom. Due to his condition, most of his work is limited to still life and portraiture. His photographs betray his sufferings, bathed in dark tones, but there is always a trace of light, of hope.
(analog photography, Hasselblad 503CW, Distagon 50mm, Planar 80mm, Sonar 120mm, Fujifilm ACROS)