Diary of a Stalker

In reality, most stalkers do not suffer from delusions or hallucinations, although many do suffer from other forms of mental illness including depression, substance abuse, personality disorders. The relentless neurotic nature of the stalker can take the form of harassing their targets, calling them repeatedly, as well as sending gifts and letters. If these are ineffective, the individual may escalate to more intrusive behaviour such as putting some pictures on Design Ideas.



I try to take visually exceptional pictures and I don’t want to make any big statement by the way I present them. These stories are somewhere between the odd and the ordinary. Dream-like images revolve around the mystery and the secret. Continuous duality expressed through light, composition, colour, character and the truth about fiction and manipulation leads to inventions and playfulness. However, the pictures still refer to a world that real people inhabit.


I use Nikon DSLR and Adobe Photoshop CC.

Locating what is beautiful is always a challenge but the biggest difficulty I encounter creating my pictures is in making sure that the final images are just like I imagined them in my head. I like to play with unusual locations, trying to tell a story. In my opinion, the overall feel should be like in a movie, where the atmosphere plays an important role in transmitting the message. I’m striving to create a feeling that there is something yet to be revealed to come through in my work.






This project was appreciated highly online. I have been featuren in such social networks like Behance, some online magazines published it as well with exclusive interviews. Everyone likes to get on stage and be applauded. Lets not forget that one of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s work is terribly important. I try not to forget it.

Linas Vaitonis

LinasVaitonis