Inna Zaytseva
Born in Moscow, Russia. Based in Munich Got educated in London, Moscow and Berlin. Inna takes pictures both by analog and digital camera. She loves create concept, art shots and taboo topics that need to be shown carefully. Photography has been a hobby since 12 and after 10 years started to see this field seriously, got published and exhibited. Made a project about people who are forced to use a wheelchair in the fashion style of Wheeling heart and exhibited it in the Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow). Inna has interest in video, drawing urban sketches.
Photographer and storyteller
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EDUCATION

NATIONAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY - HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, MOSCOW
METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, LONDON
UNIVERSITÄT DER KÜNSTE, BERLIN
EXHIBITIONS

ABOUT LOVE, 2012-2014, Moscow
GRASS IS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE, 2014-2016, Moscow
WHEELING HEART, 05-07.2017, MULTIMEDIA ART MUSEUM, Moscow
WHEELING HEART, June 2017, Deutsche Bank
WHEELING HEART, September 2017, German Embassy in Moscow

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What is my story?
A photographer's work is what he notices.
Vision - a mix of emotions which the person went through, life experience, which prescribes what exactly the person sees.

This is how from childhood I naturally developed the habit of observing people. My mother got sick when I was 5. Being a very well educated and intelligent woman, she rarely complained about something or made requests, despite becoming less and less independent. In an attempt to help, to see the person's needs in a silent, the skill to notice the smallest emotions, mood changings and shades of character got sharped.

The photographic camera was found in one of the cabinet boxes in our living room in our house in the country village "Actor", where I spent my summers among well known artists of the Maly Theater. From the age of 12 I was taking pictures with an analogue camera.
Spying on the neighbour's art, spending all the days in the house of artist's workshop, my fingers got glued to the camera more and more.

At the age of 15 my father gave me a small digital Pentax as a present. Although the camera was always with us and I was shooting a lot, at the age of 16, when father passed away I realised that there are not so many pictures of him in the family archive left. As a result, I started to take pictures more and more. Thanks to a sea wave, which killed my Pentax and due to what I bought professional digital camera.

One year after I've got my first client and the most people at my university was using my shots for social networks profiles.

At some point I started modeling myself. That experience allows me to know exactly how it's to be at on other side of the camera. I precisely know the whole Spector of emotions what can shackle in from of the camera and I know how to help to relax.

I really liked my specialization at HSE. Having time to attend film festivals at VGIK (University of Cinematography, Moscow), I brought up determinateness, dealing with deadlines at right time, ability to work in team and work hard.

At the last year of my education the head of faculty suggested me to have personal exhibition. Perhaps, if was the first step realizing that photography is serious.

Nowadays I'm dealing with preparing concepts for major brands and private clients, epitomize beauty in life and creating timeless memories which live long life.
A photographer's work is what he notices.
Vision - a mix of emotions which the person went through, life experience, which prescribes what exactly the person sees.
This is how from childhood I naturally developed the habit of observing people. My mother got sick when I was 5. Being a very well educated and intelligent woman, she rarely complained about something or made requests, despite becoming less and less independent. In an attempt to help, to see the person's needs in a silent, the skill to notice the smallest emotions, mood changings and shades of character got sharped.
The photographic camera was found in one of the cabinet boxes in our living room in our house in the country village "Actor", where I spent my summers among well known artists of the Maly Theater. From the age of 12 I was taking pictures with an analogue camera.
Spying on the neighbour's art, spending all the days in the house of artist's workshop, my fingers got glued to the camera more and more.
At the age of 15 my father gave me a small digital Pentax as a present. Although the camera was always with us and I was shooting a lot, at the age of 16, when father passed away I realised that there are not so many pictures of him in the family archive left. As a result, I started to take pictures more and more.
Thanks to a sea wave, which killed my Pentax and due to what I bought professional digital camera.
One year after I've got my first client and the most people at my university was using my shots for social networks profiles.
At some point I started modeling myself. That experience allows me to know exactly how it's to be at on other side of the camera. I precisely know the whole Spector of emotions what can shackle in from of the camera and I know how to help to relax.
I really liked my specialization at HSE. Having time to attend film festivals at VGIK (University of Cinematography, Moscow), I brought up determinateness, dealing with deadlines at right time, ability to work in team and work hard.
At the last year of my education the head of faculty suggested me to have personal exhibition. Perhaps, if was the first step realizing that photography is serious.
Nowadays I'm dealing with preparing concepts for major brands and private clients, epitomize beauty in life and creating timeless memories which live long life.
more information
Interviews with Inna Zaytseva, editorials, video backstages