Do you believe in fate? I do. How else to explain the fact that, being born on a World Theater Day 27 March 1990, without even knowing it, I, from the very beginning of my life, always felt inextricable connection to art? The strongest influence on my choice caused the time in high school with a humanities-aesthetic bias. There I was first introduced to painting and music, started to like languages and began to actively participate in all sorts of vocal competitions and festivals. During that time I attended drama school, which put an end to an issue of choosing a future career. With great creative potential and desire to realize it, I made a decision to study on theatrical faculty. I successfully passed the entrance exams in 2007 and became a student of the Voronezh State Academy of Arts.
Four years of study passed very quickly, but it was another very important step in my life. During that time I formed my goals and interests, gained valuable knowledges that now I constantly expand and deepen.
In 2011 I moved to Moscow to stay closer to the art industry and to improve myself as an artist in all the meanings of this word.
At the moment, I can say that of all creative areas I have identified six major ones which I try to maintain and develop equally and parallel.
Above all, I am an active member of an international volunteering movement and a participant in youth exchanges, seminars and various trainings since 2010. Thus, I visited many countries in Europe and received valuable experience in such projects. As a volunteer I was in France (2010), Spain (2014) and Italy (2015). I have amazing experience of participating in international seminars and trainings, the main idea of which is to resolve various conflicts and rally people of all nationalities, races and religions. So I took part in a project in Kassel (Germany) in 2013, in Munich (Germany) in 2015 and in a project which consisted of two parts – one of them was in Frankfurt (Germany) in 2017, and another was in Mykolaiv (Ukraine) in 2018.
I love to combine work and travel abroad. In 2015 I worked as a guest relations expert and an animator in a luxurious wellness and spa hotel Pomegranate in Halkidiki, Greece. The year after in 2016 I came back in that area, and worked as an English teacher and a team leader of three Turkish and one Russian groups in Skouras language and sports camp – one of the biggest children camps in Europe. Who would have thought that i would end up in Lapland (Finland) in December 2018 working as a “little Santa’s helper” – Christmas elf! That was a wonderful experience I will never forget.
Each trip cause beneficial effect on creativity and expand worldview, refresh faded in everyday life feelings and emotions, which are so necessary for the person of art. Check my certificates of participation on MY DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES section below.
At the moment, I continue to work and develop in all these areas, I am in constant search of new forms and inspiration. Citing the well-known Russian director and founder of the Moscow Art Theater, K. Stanislavsky, I try to “love art in myself, and not myself in art“.