Born in 1956, he is a linguist by education. Since the early 1980s he has been involved in photojournalism and social photography. He worked for magazines like "Der Spiegel", "The Observer", "Stern", "The Independent", "New Yorker", "National Geographic" and "Gazeta Wyborcza". He was a World Press Photo jury member and winner (1992 and 2003). He won multiple prizes: Polish Press Photography Awards (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000), Art & Worship Award (Tehran, 2005) and ICRC Award (2007). He had several photography books released: "Visages de l'Est". (1991), „Powidoki z Polski” (2009), "Pieśń na wyjście" (2011), "I Am Still Afraid of Screams" (PIX.HOUSE, 2017) and "Sackcloth And Ashes" (GOST, 2020). He has exhibitions in Poland and abroad; works as a lecturer at the Warsaw School of Photography and the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (Faculty of Media Arts).

Doctoral student and teacher at the Institute of Creative Photography at the Silesian University in Opava (Czech Republic), he works with documentary photography, recording the changes taking place in Upper Silesia after 1989. He has been a press photographer since 1991, and has worked in the editorial office of "Dziennik Zachodni" since 1996. He has won multiple awards in the most important national press photography competitions and received a scholarship of the Marshal of the Silesian Voivodeship in the field of culture. In 2017, he was awarded the Decoration of Honour "Meritorious for Polish Culture" by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. His photographs are in numerous museum collections, including Sosnowiec, Ruda Śląska, Katowice, Zabrze, Cracow, Czech Olomouc and French Nord-Pas-de-Calais. He is a member of the Association of Polish Art Photographers, and the author of several books, such as: "Poziom na dwa łamy", "Ludzie z węgla", "Nie muszę wracać…", "Stany graniczne", " Ogrodowa 1", "Unknown station", "Królestwo niebieskie". He exhibited his works in Poland and abroad (Czech Republic, France, Germany, Belgium, Slovakia). He is a Fujifilm brand ambassador.

Born in 1986 in Kraków, he is a self-taught photographer who studied sociology. He started working as a photojournalist in 2006. He received a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, was a nominee and winner of various photo competitions, both in Poland (Grand Press Photo, BZ WBK Press Foto) and abroad. Winner of the international „Photographer of the Year” award in the Event category (International Photography Awards 2016) and the ”Photographer of the Year 2016” award granted by the Polish Association of Photographers. His works were displayed at individual and collective exhibitions in Poland and abroad. He is the founder of the educational initiative Street Photo Poland, which focuses on promoting street photography in Poland.

Photographer, born in 1973 in Warsaw. Two-time recipient of a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2012 and 2018). Member of ZPAF (Association of Polish Art Photographers) and Press Club Poland. Co-founder and member of Napo Images - agency specializing in documentary photography, author of three photography books. He worked on various documentary projects and assignments in Poland, India, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Germany, Belgium and Ukraine. He worked as a photojournalist for magazines like "Tygodnik Solidarność", "Życie Warszawy", "Życie" and "Polska the Times". Between 2015-2019 he worked as the head of the photo department at the FORUM Polish Agency of Photographers. He has been working in the Polish branch of Fujifilm since 2020.

Born in 1983 in Nowogard, a would-be chemist working as a construction worker, freelance photographer, passionate about street photography. He never leaves his camera at home. In his photographs he captures ordinary everyday life, which fascinates him. Finalist of the Street Art Photo Call 2017 at the Interphoto Festival in Bialystok, StreetFoto San Francisco 2019 in the streetphoto made on film category, winner of the Australian AussieStreet - Street Photography Competition 2019 in the single image international category and winner of the „Moment” - 1st International Biennale of Street Photography 2019 in Częstochowa.

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia. She studied Psychology, Political Science, and Arts in Russia, Germany, and Spain. Trained as a classical painter, she discovered her passion for street photography while working as a newspaper reporter in Madrid. Since then, she is capturing street scenes of her daily life and life in South America, whilst traveling. Elena´s work has been exhibited in San Francisco, USA; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Palermo, Italy; Częstochowa, Poland, and New York, USA. She won the second place for the “Moment” Award, the 1st International Biennale of Street Photography 2019, Częstochowa, Poland. Known as @bloomsofmind on Instagram, Elena is a curator of a @fromstreetswithlove street photography feature site. Besides Elena´s dedication to street photography, she is working as a researcher for e-mental health and an psychotherapist, practising the psychoanalytic approach by James F. Masterson together with existential psychotherapy (R. May, Y. Yalom). In her counselling work, she combines visual and introspective approaches, using photography as a means of expression. Elena is currently living in Hamburg, Germany.