András Zoltai  is a freelance documentary photographer currently based in Budapest, Hungary. He graduated with a BSc in Marketing at Budapest Business University. After he studied Photojournalism at the Academy of the National Association of Hungarian Journalists (MÚOSZ). His curiosity, travels and openness laid the foundation for his world of photography. He seeks to get personally involved in his subjects and tries to be inspired by classic documetarism reshaping into his own language. He focuses on socially sensitive topics, and strongly believes that visual stories can change the world. András works for various commercial and editorial assignments.
2019 is a milestone in his career, since he won first place in the Hungarian Press Photo Competition with his series photographed in Armenia and was selected for the NIKON-NOOR masterclass in Sofia. As a result, he began to delve even more deeply into documentarism, which underpins the atmosphere of his film-photographed stories. He has also won prestigious state and international scholarships for his ongoing work on climate change in India, in which he examines the environmental problems of the Brahmaputra River. He is currently working on the continuation of this story.