Tatiana Vinogradova


She studied journalism at St. Petersburg State University. Prior to her career in photography, Tatiana worked as a creative director in advertising. Since 2014 she has been evolving her interest and passion for portraiture, and currently she is working as a portrait and documentary photographer.

Tatiana's works have received recognition, winning prestigious awards on a number of professional contests including POYI, NPPA's Best of Photojournalism, Atlanta Photojournalism Contest, CPOY, and Pride Photo Award. Also she was a finalist at Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize and Kuala Lumpur International Portrait Prize.

Tatiana exhibited her photographs in galleries and festivals internationally including the Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki, Photoville Festival in New York, Pride Photo Award Exhibition in Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur Portrait Exhibition, Diffusion Festival in Cardiff and Hellerau Portrait Award Exhibition in Dresden.

In her personal work Tatiana focuses on contemporary issues and social injustice in Russia. Her projects dedicated to LGBT community, political prisoners and patients with mental disorders are aimed at increasing tolerance and changing public attitude towards stigmatized groups.

Tatiana Vinogradova