Juxtaposing carefree recreation with Brutalist architecture, Serbian photographer Audrey Shtecinjo tells a story of freedom in their latest Stocksy set. Shot in the New Belgrade military projects built in the Communist era, Shtecinjo showcases the pastimes of urban youth to communicate hope within an oppressive political environment. Shtecinjo notes, “I wanted to show how young people use creativity to live as they choose and find freedom, despite the circumstances.”
Belgrade native Audrey Shtecinjo is a graphic designer turned full-time photographer. Marrying their visual art passion with designer discipline, Shtecinjo captures a dynamic range of lifestyle and still-life imagery.