Judit Stowe / née Kovács
was born and raised in Hungary
Married to a Britain and having long lived in numerous countries, she is profoundly interested in the diverse cultures and peoples she has encountered.
Whilst living in the USA she returned to her “ first love ” : photography.
Studies at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, Texas, as well as the Institute of Photography of New York (1997-2000) confirmed this passion.
Traversing the world with her camera, she aims above all to capture shapes and shadows, and seizes all situations that generate emotions.
Numerous exhibitions in the United States, in Asia, and in Europe have punctuated an artistic career that includes multiple first prizes and awards in prestigious international competitions.
Seven of her photographs are in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and many of her works are in private collections around the world.
Before settling in France in 2007, the last country where she lived with her husband was six years in China.
Digital technologies have revolutionized photography, and she does not hesitate to mix different techniques.
As she often likes to say, “In Art the means and methods are of little importance, what counts is the final result.”
»Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by
that take our breath away...«