In a global sense, contemporary photography is the most important part of contemporary art and an incredibly fascinating process of photographers inventing their own identities (roles, masks, personal myths, personal philosophies, etc.). A contemporary photographer's skill is not only technical; contemporaryity also requires them to have a personalised message, their own narrative, and an active civic position. It is increasingly difficult for a contemporary photographer to hide behind camera lenses; huge demands and huge attention are focused on the very personality of the photographer. Therefore, the most interesting photographers create complex interdisciplinary worlds where their photographs, personal histories, and public intentions are intricately intertwined within the framework of a unique artistic practise (an artistic voice? an artistic message?).