My name is  Diana J. Serban, and I am a self-taught photographer whose work explores themes around individual and collective experiences, transience, legacy and aesthetic stereotypes.


For me, photography acted as a wellbeing tool; therefore, my goal is to create a context for the viewer to connect with overlooked emotions.

In the past 2 years, my images have been included in several group exhibitions in the UK, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania and France, as part of the Shutter Hub collective.

Battlegrounds19 is my playground for visual exploration.

Thank you for taking the time to look at my work!  If you would like to get in touch with ideas, feedback or thoughts, please feel free to drop me a line or find me on Instagram.


Art in adversity, online, 2020


Yearbook , online, 2020

Postcards from Great Britain, several locations throughout Europe, 5 March 2020- 31 December 2021

Everyday Delight Windows Edition, several locations throughout the UK, 1- 31 August 2020

Everyday Delight, Free Space Project, London, UK, 5 December 2019- 28 February 2020


Time to think, part of Festival Pil’ Ours, St Gilles Croix de Vie, France, 7 July- 30 November 2019 and 24 July- 30 November 2020


HOME, Gallery at Home, Usk, Wales, UK, 05-19 October 2019


STREET/ FORM, part of POW! WOW! Rotterdam, Europe’s leading street art festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 9 – 15 September 2019


Everything I ever learnt, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, 28 March – 3 May 2019


How to create a still life photograph, Burgh House Online, September 2020


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