Charles Hezsey

Visit the Black & White: The Absence of Color Exhibit at the Minneapolis Photo Center March 9th through April 22.

Karoly Hezsely amateur Hungarian photographer's work will be exhibited along with 70 images by photographers across from the United State.

Opening reception March 9th, 2012 at 7 pm
Read Karoly's story here:

1. Where were you born and where do you currently live?

I was born in Kassa (Kosice) Slovakia, but I live in St. Paul, MN.

2. How you’ve got to Minnesota and why Minnesota?

Some of my friends recommended that the Twin Cities is a great place to study business so I came to St. Paul to get my graduate degree in business.

3. What are some of your hobbies/interests?

Landscape photography, walking and traveling.

4. If you could be any animal or plant what would you be?

A hawk because hawks are good at observing their prey. Good observation skills are critical in photography.

5. Where would be your dream trip?

I have never been to Western Europe on vacation. I would enjoy visiting some old cities with rich history and architecture and taking pictures of these cities.

6. What is your favorite food?

Hungarian sausage

7. What is your favorite book, movie and music?

Books on photography, specifically books about the famous Hungarian-born American photographer, Andre Kertesz.

8. If you could meet any historical figure, who would it be?

John F. Kennedy

9. Which has been your best year?

Last year, when as an amateur photographer, I got my first photos exhibited in three different exhibitions. Another picture of mine will be exhibited along with about 70 other photographers' photos at the Minneapolis Photo Center from March 9 to April 22. The opening reception of the exhibit is at 7 pm on March 9 and it is free and open to the public.

10. Name any future goals you wish to attain:

I would like to win a photography award or prize.