When Canon Ambassador Wanda Martin was offered the opportunity to stage her first major solo exhibition at the historic Deák Palace in the centre of Budapest, Hungary, she decided to combine a range of her professional commissions and personal projects.
Her eventual selection included commercial work for high-profile clients such as Marc Jacobs and Vogue Italia, as well as a series of deeply personal self-portraits. To give these very different aspects of her work a distinctive identity, Wanda chose to use three different Canon printers: the Canon Colorado 1640, the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-300 and the Canon PIXMA TS5350 Series.
"I'm mainly known as a fashion and portrait photographer, but my background is actually conceptual and art photography," Wanda explains. "During the last two years, I've had more time to revisit my roots and go back to my personal projects, and now I've developed a body of work that I felt ready to show to the public."