I was born in Kazan, Russia.
I got an Engineering degree at the Kazan National Research Technical University (KAI) and have worked for few years as an engineer in Moscow.
Now I live and work in Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

When I was a child, I liked painting. I even have studied 4 years at an Art School. However, I started to paint again only 10 years after the Art School. In 2014 I began to paint botanical objects. I was happy to learn basics of botanical art at workshops with Alexander Viazmensky. Alexander has helped me to feel the nature and see beauty in each plant.
In my works, I pay attention to details. I find something meditative in botanical art. My favorite objects are forest plants, seasonal vegetables, and flowers.

My botanical artworks were participated in following exhibitions:

- Botanical Art Worldwide Exhibition. Flora Russia, May 2018, St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Artist Union Building, Russia
- International Botanical Art Exhibition, April 27 May 13, 2018, Seoul, South Korea
- The Third Annual Saint Petersburg Exhibition of Botanical Art, April 2018, St. Petersburg Botanical Garden, Russia
- Portraits of Bonsai from The Huntington Collection. A group show of the Botanical Artists Guild of Southern California presented at the Brody Botanical Center, The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, February 12 – April 22, 2018, San Marino, California, USA
- 20th Annual International Exhibition by American Society of Botanical Artists and the Horticultural Society of New York, November 8 - December 21, 2017, New York Design Center, USA
- Exhibition "Ficus, The Fig Family", November 2017, San Diego Botanic Garden, South California, USA
- Exhibition "Blossom Time", June 2017, The State Museum Pavlovsk, Russia
- Fall Exhibition of Botanical Art and Illustration, October 2016, Moscow, Russia
- International Calligraphy Exhibition “Image and letter — 2016”, June 2016, St. Petersburg, Russia

- First St. Petersburg Botanical Exhibition of Botanical Art, April 2016, St. Petersburg, Russia.

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