Vivian Weidmann is a 23-year-old London based photographer. Born in LA and raised in Hungary, Weidmann creates ethereal, dreamlike images that range from intimate portraits to cavernous landscapes. Her current project is inspired by her hometown of Budapest and Carl de Keyzer’s book ‘East of Eden.’ Of this work, Weidmann says: “(the project) has welled up a great sense of emotion and nostalgia within me. The photographs are and will be a personal and social documentary about the changes I see Hungary has been going through in the past few years and the still-lingering influence of the communist regime.”
For more from Weidmann, check out her website.