25-year-old talented photographer Brooke DiDonato lives and works in New York. Having received a bachelor’s degree in photojournalism, the girl decided to change her approach to photography and has since become famous throughout the world. Inspired by the works of Alex Prager, Ilona Schwarzer, and Renee Magritte, she created an impressive series of surreal portraits.

Her works are uniquely characterized by a unique, provocative style. Brooke collaborated with publications such as The New Yorker and Clusters, and her memorable photos can now be found everywhere – from the best New York magazines to small newspapers on the streets of Germany.

Brooke has developed her own recognizable style, equally provocative and hallucinogenic. At first glance, it is difficult to determine what exactly is happening in the picture, but the more interesting it is to interpret her pictures with marvelous visual elements.

In her surrealistic photographs, Brooke DiDonato explores the complexities of human experiences and the manifestations of psychological anomalies in reality.

“I promote my work through social networks – I think this is one of the best ways to make yourself known. Social networks are a powerful tool for modern photographers, but the more content appears, the more difficult it becomes to draw the attention of the audience to their work.”- she said.