Bora is a Toronto based urban photographer and storyteller with over 15 years of experience in creative & design industries.
Bora pushes the envelope forward by producing evocative visual stories focused on urban lifestyle and architecture using the backdrop of his hometown of Toronto as a constant.
Known for his cinematic style of art direction, Bora guides the audience through city inspired narratives that capture ideas rather than moments. His prolific composites evoke emotion through a delicate balance of colour, rhythm, contrast and composition.
His work has been exhibited in various art galleries both in Toronto and New York, as well as promoted in major publications such as The Huffington Post and CBC to name a few.
Starting in late 2014, Bora began publishing and distributing his work across major social networks with strong emphasis on the Instagram platform.
His social media storytelling through photography has attracted thousands of fans and followers across major social network platforms from all over the world.
Known as @bora.vs.bora on Instagram (@boravsbora on other major social media networks), Bora has attracted the attention of some of the top world brands across various verticals, who he collaborates with as a social media influencer on organically augmenting their marketing strategies by leveraging visual storytelling to establish a connection between his audience and the brand.
Bora calls New York City his second home, where he is often found capturing the gritty mood of the city focused on architecture and everyday street life.
Photo Credit : Robbie Stilez (@stilez)@BORA.VS.BORA ON INSTAGRAM
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