Diana Mrazikova is a true broad-based, international photographer. From Los Angeles to Dakar via Prague and Havana, Diana has worked for various editorial clients including Cosmopolitan, Esquire, OK! Magazine, as well as advertising clients such as Orange France Telecom, and Leo Burnett. She has photographed documentary missions for international non-profit institutions such as The Red Cross International and USAID.
Mrazikova transitions seamlessly between advertising work, formal and environmental portraits and her first passion – photojournalism and international reporting where she focuses on women lifestyle issues and other cultural and humanitarian concerns. She distinguishes her work by her spontaneous style and her established ability to capture people in their natural state revealing true emotions. Being multilingual, she speaks English, French, Spanish, Hungarian, and Slovak, Diana opens her doors in various parts of the world and getting her closer to her subjects.
In addition to commercial work, Diana engages in meaningful, personal projects. Her latest, Paris-Dakar-Women, takes her on a journey across three different worlds - European, Arabic and African - to explore three vastly different lifestyles. She documents the daily lives of these women, the issues they face, and gives a voice to important topics from taboos to women’s rights and local customs.