I was very happy in my childhood. I had many good friends with whom we had fun. Most of the time we spent on the street, playing a friendly crowd in various games.

But when I went to school everything changed dramatically – dark days came for me. During this period I had to endure a lot of bullying from the students of my school, because of this I became very insecure and almost every day I cried. Everything became even worse when, due to a serious illness, I nearly lost my mother. This circumstance also influenced my progress and I was forced to quit school. Fortunately, my mother managed to cope with the ailment and she still remains the happiest person I know.

In the first year of the faculty of graphic design, I managed to break the closed circle of gray everyday life and again to feel the bright colors of the surrounding world. I had friends, I again became cheerful and happy, but for complete happiness I was missing something. And very soon I realized what it was. So, having bought my first DSLR camera, I started taking pictures and sharing my photos on Flickr. Thanks to this service, I received a lot of positive feedback about my photos, as well as useful, constructive criticism.

If we talk about my preferences in photography, I can definitely say that I prefer to shoot cats. I see my work as contrasting and able to tell the story of what I have captured in the frame. The photo changed my life forever, bringing colors and new emotions to it, and I’m happy that I have the opportunity to share them with people around the world!