I'm Bartė Barauskaitė, a freelance photographer, with a focus on portrait and product photography, and content manager in a digital marketing agency from Vilnius, Lithuania.


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My first photography job was with an agency where I photographed different restaurants and animal product brands.

Later on, I also started working with various brands and doing personal photoshoots.

When I started working full time at an international magazine, photography wasn't the only thing I had to do.

That was when I realized that in addition to photography, I wanted to work in marketing.

At the moment, I work at a digital marketing agency where I'm a content manager.

If you want to read more about my professional journey, you can find my LinkedIn profile here.

And if you want to work together, please let me know!

Let's spread creativity!

However, during my studies, I began to feel that this was not my path, that scientific activity did not bring me as much happiness and joy as I had hoped.

That's when photography entered my life.

Even though photography had been around me for a long time (my mom is a food photographer), I only started taking photos in my second year of university when my mom bought a new camera, and the old one ended up in my hands.

There was a shift when I started looking through camera lenses more than microscope lenses.

That was the beginning of my photography journey.

The creative activities that I had abandoned for a while came back to life in the form of photography.

A little bit about myself:

I have always been a creative person.

When I was younger, I was passionate about drawing and ceramics, I spent hours in my room crafting various hand-made items.

At the same time, I was also intrigued by biology and chemistry.

As I was finishing school, a question began to bother me: What do I want to do now? What do I want to study?

The choice of studies was not an easy decision.

That's how I started studying Microbiology and Biotechnology.

At that point, life sciences seemed like a better solution.