I love to photograph. Every time, anywhere I travel in the world, my Nikon photo camera is my common companion. I photograph everything I see: my family, animals, landscapes and nature; and every time, when I come back from my travels, I look through my shots, and contemplate them with my family and friends. Once, a question came up in my mind: “Do many people know about my motherland Russia?” It was a tough question to answer straight away. After some research I found out that many people knew about the “Red Square” or the “Kremlin”, but did not know what Karelia and Lake Baikal were. Russia is not only big cities, traffic jams and bustles, but also vast territories with gorgeous nature, high mountains, various wildlife and much more. I hope, after you have seen all these shots, you will understand what the real Russia is like, the Russia that you have not seen.
Exhibition in History Department Corridor (TASIS The American School in England) in December 2015 - January 2016