was born in Baku in 1990. From 2009, being his last year in Architecture and Construction University Emin started to practice photography as a more realistic tool to share his observations. From that time photography became an adventure taken to explore the reality of life. Mathers mostly engaged in street photography to observe the daily activities of human race and conceptual photography to express conclusions about reality.
He is a participant of Global Conversation 2020 United Nation 75 and Baku Street Photo Festival, as well as a finalist of London Street Photo Festival 2020. Mathers's photographs are in galleries and private collections in Italy, Russia, Azerbaijan, UK, Georgia and USA.
Emin's stories are publishing on the media platforms and magazines. Practicing photography curation in frames of F37 photography union - a platform created in 2020 with Sharaf Naghiyeva. Union represents, supports and exhibits photographers on the local scene and aims for international practice.
"Photography is a proof that the moment I lived was real, a technique to share my visual experience and an extra visible dimension to that presence.
By creating photographs I'm making invisible time the visible 4th dimension."