After 12 days since the Romanian Government passed a decree that decriminalized corruption - Romanians still protest on the streets across the country. These are the biggest and most significant protests that my country had since 1989 - the fall of communism regime. It took me some days to take the anger and frustration out, but after several days of protest, I found my own way of expressing my point of view as a photographer and human being over the protest that happen in  Cluj, the second biggest city in Romania, the place I live. So it started the series - Portret de protest with the intention of taking people out of the crowd in order to really show them, the individual. Like this,  I get to meet the people who gather each night in the Union Square in Cluj, their stories become personal, and my photographs are also a gift to them and appreciation to their resilienc