Tivadar Domaniczky was born in 1978, and is a photojournalist by study. He has been working in media since 2000, started off as staff photographer for one of Hungary’s most influential political daily, and between 2006 and 2009 Tivadar was relocated in Israel and the Palestinian Territories, where the TIME magazine was his primary media partner. Following the Israeli operation Cast Lead, Tivadar worked together with the assessment program of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the Gaza Strip, to document the destruction and the aftermath of the invasion. Leaving the region, his attention shifted to other ways of storytelling, driven by personal experiences and the changes in media. Tivadar immersed himself in multimedia production and started to learn about audio engineering and sound design, which led him to compose music and create sound design for multimedia pieces. In 2010 Tivadar was an embedded journalist with 1st Battalion 8th Marines in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, as a member of the Basetrack experimental media project that was using social media platforms to report about the battalion’s seven months long deployment. During the spring of 2011 Tivadar created the Bottom Line media project that was the online diary of the umpteen-hundred mile European bicycle ride of Alan Whittaker Deputy Lieutenant of Lancashire.