Frank Lassak, 54, journalist and photographer, lives and works in Berlin/Germany.
In 2009 he founded Efacts Photography, an atelier focusing on staged and portrait photography, fashion and editorial work.
Recent solo and group exhibitions in Berlin, Vienna, Thessaloniki. Publications in various magazines on contemporary photography, such as "Shoot Me" (Greece), "Get Inspired" (Netherlands), "Adore Chroma" (Canada), "Blur" (USA), to name a few. Featured on the international art platforms Glossom and Art Limited, contributing photographer to National Geographic. Frank draws his creative energy from a long lasting passion for movies, dramatic theater, contemporary dance, music and street art. This amalgamation of influences has formed a unique visual language. He doesn't work with digital cameras anymore, since "I wanted to do real photography again, shooting high-quality film and develop pictures in sizes as big as I want them to be (aka: billboard size). Just like I used to work, before the digital virus had smitten me". So he set out to conquer new, yet well-known territory, what he calls "post-digital photography".