I am a Russian documentary photographer currently based in London. I was born (1997) and raised in the Middle East, living amongst people of various nationalities and cultures has lead me to develop an insight into the way different cultures are portrayed, issues which are misrepresented or are deliberately placed in a blindspot. My interest lies in telling visual stories about environmental, social and women issues.

I have graduated with a First Class Diploma in Bachelors of Photography from Leeds Arts University in 2018. As part of my End of Year show, I was awarded the AON Award which has lead me to be a part of an  exhibition in the Leadenhall Building in London between 2018/19. I am currently pursuing my Masters Degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at UAL: London College of Communication.
CV available upon request.
Awards:
2019. Selected by Canon Student Programme
2018. Aon Community Art Award
Interviews:
2018. DIY Youth
Exhibitions:
2019. Peers Group Show, Vrij Paleis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2019. Oscillate. Group Show @ Safehouse 1&2, London, UK.
2019. Visible Justice Collaboration, London College of Communication, UK.
2018-2019. Aon Awards. The Leadenhall Building, London, UK.
2018. Forty Nine
°, Leeds Graduate End of Year Show, Leeds, UK.
2018. Anything Goes, Old Red Bus Station, Leeds, UK.
2018. Eye on Asia exhibition, University of Leeds, UK.
2018. Studio 24, Leeds, UK. 
2017. LS6 in Focus, Leeds, UK.
2017. Headingley Development Trust, Leeds, UK.
2017. Exhibited Internationally in Collaboration with the University of New Mexico.
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© Kristina Sergeeva 2019.
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