A photo series by Adrian Wojtas depicts the town of Navan, Meath, in a foggy and futuristic fashion. 

The Polish-born photographer turned the lens on to his hometown, resulting in an eery, dystopian photo series lit mainly by streetlights. 

The creative, who also works in design and film, splits his time between Dublin and Meath. 

The award-winning photographer counts Dublin City Council, Dún Laoighre Institute of Art, Design  and Technology, the Embassy of France, and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council among his major clients.

The fledgling photographer has been featured in Cuckoo Magazine, and has exhibited his work in Ireland, Britain, America, and across Europe at various galleries.

Wojtas studied photography at the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire. Upon graduating from the program with First Class Honors, he received a commendation from the Irish Professional Photographer's Association in recognition of the work produced during his final year.

His personal website can be accessed here.

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