Awards & achievements:

2021 – Diploma winner of the Open All-Russian photo contest “PhotoSoyuz. Unity” in the “Architecture” and “Art-Photography” nominations

2021 – Diploma winner of the photo contest of the III All-Russian Festival of Russian Art Photography

2020 – Finalist of the 19th All-Russian photo contest “Young Photographers of Russia-2020”

2020 – Scholarship of The Ministry for Culture of Russia for artistic attainments

2019 – 1st place in the photo contest “Point on the map. Rhythms of everyday life” of the XIII International Festival of Photography “Photoparade in Uglich” in the “Culture & Traditions” nomination

2019 – Scholarship of The Ministry for Culture of Russia for artistic attainments

2018 – Diploma winner of the 17th All-Russian photo contest “Young Photographers of Russia-2018” (special diploma for the project “Salt of the Earth”)

2018 – Scholarship of The Ministry for Culture of Russia for artistic attainments

Selected exhibitions:

2021 – All-Russian festival “PhotoSoyuz. Unity” (Museum complex “Kremlin”, Suzdal, Russia) – Group

2021 – “Portrait of a Man. Russia. XX and XXI centuries” within the framework of the III All-Russian Festival of Russian Art Photography (Museum and exhibition center, Serpukhov, Russia) – Group

2020 – “Russian North in Mikhail Petrov’s photographs” (The main alley of Fili-Park, Moscow, Russia) – Personal

2020 – All-Russian festival “Young photographers of Russia – 2020″ (Innovative Cultural Center, Kaluga, Russia) – Group

2019 – XIII International Festival of Photography “Photoparade in Uglich” (Uglich Kremlin, Uglich, Russia) – Group

2019 – The Sense of Snow Festival (The main alley of Fili-Park, Moscow, Russia) – Group

2018 – All-Russian festival “Young photographers of Russia – 2018″ (Russian State Library for Young Adults, Moscow, Russia) – Group

Education:

2019-2021 – The School of Modern Photography “Docdocdoc” (St.Petersburg, Russia)

2014-2017 – Fine Art Photo School (Moscow, Russia)

2007-2010 – Theory and history of culture, Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow, Russia)

2002-2007 – Social anthropology, Russian State University named after A.N. Kosygin (Technology. Design. Art) (Moscow, Russia)

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