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For you who no longer posses it, freedom is everything, for us who do, it is merely an illusion. – Cioran

Romanian-born, Gabriela Iancu is a multidisciplinary visual artist focusing on photography, film production and design. Her work addresses food and natural environment, from various historical perspectives. Gabriela graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design (Atlanta, USA) in 2015 with an M.F.A. in Photography.

Gabriela has led trends in food photography and styling, and successfully cultivated her blog and magazine What Liberty Ate to readers worldwide. Fluent in multiple media, her art direction, design, videography and photography projects have enabled her to partner with clients in Europe and North America, on visual concepts, designs, layouts and vision. Thus, Gabriela has hands on experience with layout design, typography, color, responsive design, print production, videography, and is well-versed in traditional film techniques, fine art, medium-format capture, post-production and large-format archival printing.

Gabriela Iancu

What Liberty Ate {raspberries and chocolate} blog established in 2010, is exploring the poetics of everyday life with photography that investigates the relationship between looking at food and consuming food. Furthermore, the photographs question the definition of food through detailed compositions that cultivate a sense of time and space.

Gabriela’s photographic storytelling work appeared in a number of publications both online and in print, such as Communication Arts, Up by Forbes, Forbes, PDN Emerging Photographer, Chickpea Magazine, Port City Review, The Connector, PhotoVogue, Camille Styles, Design*Sponge, Decor8, Millésime, Decât o Revistă, Omnivor, Designist, to name a few. Gabriela is the founder and editor-in-chief of Florilegium, a contemporary collection of visual arts which explores contemporary media in order to cultivate the role of art in everyday life.