1st Place / 2010 / Book /
Lost In Learning
A photographic investigation linking the lives and works of significant Renaissance figures to the power of creativity in modern day learning.
EVA KOLEVA TIMOTHY (www.evatimothy.com) grew up under the shadow of Communism in Eastern Europe. Yet under the tutelage of her artist father she learned to
cherish the pursuit of personal passion and the freedom to view the world for its possibilities, whatever the circumstance.
Eva's European upbringing also led to an early love of history which has had a profound influence on her development as an artist.
At the age of eighteen Eva came to the U.S. to study and received her B.A. in Communications from The University of Utah with an emphasis in film
and photography. Her career began when she returned to Europe and became a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain developing a reputation for her artistic portrayals of historical subjects and themes.
As a photographer Eva is also widely known for her enthusiasm about art's inherent power to focus, refine, and inspire. A regular speaker on
the motivational power of creative learning and artistic vision, Eva's historically themed photographs have been collected and published and exhibited
internationally and has been exhibited at various galleries, art centers & institutions including Harvard and Oxford Universities.
In her debut monograph, Lost in Learning: The Art of Discovery, Eva has woven her love for learning, history and photography into a creation which urges us each to pursue our life's dreams with greater passion. (You can view more of Eva's work at (http://www.lostinlearning.com)