Bela Kolozsvari , a Hungarian born photographer and filmmaker, moved to NYC in 2015. In 2017 Bela built a reputable photography and independent film studio, Studio BK, where he developed three award winning photography series; “City on Canvas,” “Americana Project,” and “Safe House,” which were exhibited in November 2017 in Monk Gallery, Queens, NY.
Bela is a two times international exhibited photographer in Hanoi, Vietnam and Melbourne, Australia. In October his photography was exhibited in Washington D.C. for the ‘Mostly Black,’ exhibit in The Fridge Gallery.
As a Director of Photography Bela currently works with Hungarian Television “RTL Klub Hungary,” as a producer and camera operator. He’s previously worked with Cowboy Killer Pictures in the Studio BK/Cowboy Killer Pictures web series “Dreamland Cleaners.” From there he worked on the sci-fi thriller “Safe House,” based on his photography series, and two documentaries to be released in 2021.
What Keeps Me Up At Night is Bela’s Directorial Debut, working closely with the New York City based band, More Than Skies.