Born and educated in Germany, Ronya moved to London in the early 1990s and it is there that she launched her photography career and developed her own style of urban and street photography, extracting the extraordinary from life around her.
The majority of her work is of an urban nature, depicting cityscapes and capturing scenes of urban life- moments of joy, solitude, love and despair. Her intimate images of urban life frequently blend Fine Art with Documentary and are often intriguing, incorporating a degree of ambiguity triggering thoughts and emotions in the viewer.
Ronya’s images have been published in numerous newspapers and magazines as well as regularly being licensed for advertising. Her urban prints can be found in hundreds of private collections around the world and a selection of her black and white work is currently installed at Newcastle Airport in the UK.
Ronya is also a contributor of the ‘The New Street Photographer’s Manifesto’ published by Ilex Press and sold by Amazon, Waterstones, Foyles amongst many others.