- Alena Zhandarova
- Alexander Chekmenev
- Alexandra Demenkova
- Alexey Myakishev
- Anahit Hayrapetyan
- Anastasia Tsayder
- Andrei Krementchouk
- Anna Voitenko
- Daria Tuminas
- Daro Sulakauri
- Dina Oganova
- Dina Schedrinskaya
- Gennady Minchenko
- Igor Moukhin
- Igor Starkov
- Inna Mkhitaryan
- Irina Yulieva
- Ivan Pustovalov
- Julia Vishnevets
- Kakha Kakhani
- Karen Mirzoyan
- Kirill Golovchenko
- Ksenia Yurkova
- Lucia Ganieva
- Lydia Smirnova
- Mariam Amurvelashvili
- Max Sher
- Misha Domozhilov
- Natela Grigalashvili
- Nazik Armenakian
Born in 1980 in Kiev, Ukraine. Studied at Kiev State Technical University. Since 2004 she has worked as a photographer in various Ukrainian and International media.
2010 – Grand Prix of Best Photographer 2009
2010 – Award from the Russian Photojournalism Development Fund 2009. Second place in category of series of daily life.
2010 – NOOR-Nikon masterclass in documentary photography.
2008 – Official Honorable Mention for the 2008 All Roads Photography Program.
2007 – Grant from the Swedish-Ukrainian photo project Urban Structures.
2006 – First place in the Contest of journalistic photography Psychiatry and Dignity of a Person.
Personal book: IZA, ArtBook publishing house, Kiev, 2008.
April 2009 Ad infinitum, Ya Gallery, Kyiv.
February 2008 – Iza, Ya Gallery, Kyiv.
April-May 2007 – Kyiv Photo biennale, Compassion Education project, Mystetskiy Kurin Art gallery, Kiev.
August 2008 – 4x4 Ukrainian and Lithuanian contemporary photo project,
August 2007 – Urban Structures, Swedish-Ukrainian photo project, Centre for Contemporary Art, Kiev; Dzyga Gallery, Lviv, Kharkiv Municipal Gallery, Exit Gallery, Odessa.
June 2007 – Daily Life, Gallery in Bemov District, Warsaw.
2006 – Psychiatry and Dignity of a Person, RA Gallery, Kiev.
April-May 2005 – War and Peace in Kiev Streets project, Second International Month of Photography in Kiev, Photo biennale 2005, Grifon Gallery, Kiev.
2004 – Useless Time, Grifon Gallery, Kiev.
2004 – Art Photography, Central National Museum-Archive of Art and Literature of Ukraine, Kiev.