Born in Moscow. Work worldwide.
HOW I STARTED
I started professional photography in October 2010 and immediately began cooperation with the leading theaters and art sites in Moscow and Kostroma: Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow Contemporary Art Center Winzavod, Flacon, Theatre of Nations, STANTSIA art venue, Another Theatre. Since 2012 I have been engaged in shooting for magazines, advertising photography and individual photo projects.
My strongest passion is the study of people and their way of life. Therefore, I do not part with my camera while traveling. A reportage photo is a genre that I can and want to develop.
In 2013, from the first day of the Gogol Center’s opening, became its main photographer, and my photos without exaggeration are an integral part of his visual style. Theatrical and reportage photos meanwhile are constantly published in Russian and foreign press and online resources.
Since 2014 I have been working on socially significant reportage projects.
Since 2015 I have been shooting as an invited expert on several TV shows: “What Not To Wear” on CTC channel, “The Most Beautiful Woman” on U, and others. I shoot commercials and music videos as director and DOP.
In 2016 I act as a creative producer and host of my own TV show about fixing tattoos on “Bad Tattoo Hunters” and become the leading DOP of the travel show “100500 Cities”. In parallel, I participate in the shooting of short Internet series.
In 2017 the first personal photo album was published. 300 pages and 500 photos from the series “The Backstage Life of the Theater.” The series is being replenished and at the moment there are more than 1500 unique photographs of the behind-the-scenes of the Gogol Center.
“The Student. Backstage Of The Movie” – Gogol-center
“To Catch The Moment” – Institut Francais
“The “Brothers-Idiots-Fear” Trilogy. Part 2” – Gogol-center
“1418. They Survived It. Part 1” – Gogol-centre
“1418. They Survived It. Part 2” – Moscow Manege
“The “Brothers-Idiots-Fear” Trilogy. Part 1” – Gogol-center
“The Theater & Movie Actors” – Stantsia Art Venue
“Selected portraits” – “Fashion Season” gallery