Romania, a Celebration

A visual celebration of Romania’s cultural, rural and environmental heritage.

“Romanian a Celebration” is a project that consists of an assortment of specific topics presented through books and exhibitions which allow people to discover Romania from the unique perspective of a member of the Romania royal family.

  • Document Romania’s heritage

Each region of Romania has distinctive histories and cultural sites that Princess Sophie captures in her work.

  • Celebrate the country’s natural beauty

 Princess Sophie began her photography career concentrating primarily on landscapes. She is putting her expertise in this area of photography to spotlight Romania’s natural beauty from the Carpathian mountains to the shores of the Black Sea and the hills of Maramures.

  • Continue the artistic tradition of the Royal Family  

Throughout the past 150 years of its History, The Royal Family of Romania, notably the women, has greatly contributed to the arts, not solely as patrons, but as artists themselves. Princess Sophie is continuing this Family tradition by putting her artistic talents at the service of the country and joining the community of Romanian artists who celebrate the country’s beauty, history, distinct capacities and great potential for development. 

PROJECT #1 ““The Romanian Monastery” “Celebrating Romania’s Spiritual Communities””

Despite the disruption from the global Covid-19 pandemic, Princess Sophie and her team were able to accomplish the project documenting the lives of the inhabitants of some of Romania’s extraordinary monasteries. The photo book was published in October 2021. 

PROJECT #2 – Spring in Maramures

This second project promoted the beauty of the less know region of Maramures in the north of Romania and the preparation of the Easter celebration the Maramures way. The exhibition was open from July through August of 2022.

PROJECT #3 –will be completed in 2023.

For this new chapter of “Romania A Celebration” Princess Sophie and her team travelled to different parts of the country to bring you some astonishing images of the places they discovered.

After many setbacks, October 2023 is the targeted moment to have the exhibition as well as the launch of the complementary book.