They say its always sunny in Philadelphia. I take advantage of it, printing my pieces on its streets.
My work is printed in the Cyanotype Process. City is the studio.
I use salt, baking soda and sand to create the texture.
To make cyanotype the photographer coated paper with mixture of potassium ferrocyanide and ferric ammonium citrate and hang it dry.
It was then exposed to light in contact with a negative or with an object or drawing laid on top of it.
After exposure the print is washed in water to remove the unexposed chemicals.
As the print dries it turns bright blue.
To mix the chemicals I use sources from digitized archives, such as vintage photography magazines and manuals.
I am the Seasonal intern at The Print Center (
The Museum of modern art course called «Seeing through photographs», certificate, 2016
Workshop “Photography with intention” by Scott Davis, Executive Director of Medium Photography Festival, Odessa, Ukraine, 2016
Participant of Ukrainian-Georgian photography festival, Odessa-Batumi Photodays, Odessa, Ukraine, 2016
Art Photography, Ukrainian TV, Radio Broadcasting and Press Institute, 2015
Certificate, Secrets of Creative Photography, Kyiv School of Photography, 2015
Certificate, Free School of Journalism, 2014
Diploma, Photography for Media, Ukrainian TV, Radio Broadcasting and Press Institute, 2014
I believe it is really important to be able to write at least a paragraph about a work of an artist. If you learn how to think, how to write and have a good work ethic I believe a lot of things can happen to you. That is why I have written and translated numerous art and photography articles in/into Russian/Ukrainian.
I also promoted regularly using digitized archives for non-English speakers.
Open Archive: How to use the digitized archives of the New York Public Library
New York Public Library: Digital Projects for everbody
Grand Opening of International Photography Center, New York / The only Ukrainian article /
MOMA: Seeing through photographs
«How to: use the Lensculture»
«Photographic clishe’s by Martin Parr» /translated post of the Magnum Photos Executive director woth the permission/
«Steichen. Live view» / for Ukrainian photography Union/.
Developed and organized Workshops in Camera-less Photography, 2015 – Current.
Provided free photography classes for children who moved from the occupied territories in 2014.
Provided volunteer photography instruction in Ukrainian photography art projects, such as Art Picnic by Slava Frolova.
I provide courses in EN, RU, UA.
Love to work individually and in small groups.