I was born and grew up in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. I studied in Rostov State University and have a master’s degree in Applied Mathematics. Just right after my graduation in 2011 I moved to Zürich, Switzerland, following my husband who got a job in Google. Since then I became interested in photography and have produced two photo projects, “A Google Wife” (the book was published by Dalpine), and “How I tried to convince my husband to have children”, which was completed as a photobook dummy, and been working on a number of personal photography projects. My books have been shortlisted or awarded at such festivals like: UNSEEN DUMMY AWARD, FLIP PHOTOBOOK AWARD, AUTHOR BOOK AWARD at Les Rencontres de la photographie, FIEBRE DUMMY AWARD, PHOTOBOOX AWARD etc.

How I tried to convince my husband to have children

2019 Shortlisted at Images Vevey Photobook Award

2019 Online exhibition, REDAMANCY by PHMUSEUM (Publication)

2017 Dummy shortlisted in PHOTOBOOX AWARD 2017, Lucca, Italy

2016 Book video at «2016 days of awesome photo books», LhGWR gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands

2016 Nominee of FLIP PHOTOBOOK AWARD with the book video

2016 Shortlisted at SLIDELUCK GAZEBOOK, “When Photobooks make love with Multimedia”, Sicily, Italy

A Google wife

2018 Shortlisted at AUTHOR BOOK AWARD at Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles

2017 Winner of FIEBRE DUMMY AWARD (book published by Dalpine, Spain) 

2017 Group exhibition of dummies, FRUIT EXHIBITION at Art Publishing Fair, Bologna, Italy

2016 Shortlisted at UNSEEN DUMMY AWARD


2016 Urbanautica

2017 Colta

2017 Libération

2018 Ah magazine

2018 FK Magazine

2018 Bird In Flight

2018 Portraits Of Unknown

2018 Libération + pictures


2016 Erik Kessels workshop, Milan, Italy

2012-2014 Alex Majoli and Daria Birang Masterclass, Pianello Val Tidone, Italy

2013 Chris Morris (VII Photo Agency) workshop, Paris, France

2012 Transmission Pour l’Image photography workshop, Perpignan, France

2011 Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Programming, Rostov State University, Russia