I started photographing accidentally when I was 14 years old. On one hand, I wanted to test my first camera Zenith-E, a gift from my grandfather on my birthday, and on the other hand, I was impressed by the works of Jozef Chehovich, Ian Bulgak and other photographers who were shooting my native Vilnius, at the end of the 19th, beginning of the 20th century. Probably, in my first photo experiments, I tried to find the tracks captured in the old photographs of the city. But soon, I wouldn't make any distinction between the things that were old in the city and the things that were new - taking photos I felt like I was on a timeless plane. I perceived the city as a very real, living being, with my mood, memory, and dreams. For a long time, Vilnius remained the predominant theme in my photographs, but the journeys started, along with constant new acquaintances, design practice and passion for journalism, all that brought variety to my photographic creation - portraits, reportages, fashion and aerial photography became inseparable parts of it.