Easter of 1977
Moscow, Soviet Union
there's no limit to perfection
still have it, light brown
Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Russian, Spanish, English, HTML
Carlos Ruiz Zafón,
Zucker, Abrahams y Zucker,
"Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears",
"Welcome, or No Trespassing",
"All About My Mother",
Army of Lovers,
Pet Shop Boys,
Chizh & Co
In 1994 I entered Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Five years later, in 1999, I succesfully graduated from University with diploma in "Technology and equipment of welding and corrosion protection". In the year of 2000 I began to work in one of subdivisions of "Mostransgas" (nowadays it's name is "Gazprom Transgas Moscow") where I took part in construction of a gas pipeline in the north of Moscow. One and a half years later I realized that something goes wrong, and this is not what I want.
As a result, in the spring of 2002 I left this company and decided to try myself in the field of customer service. This is how I began to work in the call center of one of Russia's cellular monsters, MTS. During all the years I have worked there, I climbed a career ladder to a leading specialist having 15 subordinates. This job had its own swings and roundabouts, but with no palter I can say that I loved it. Also I liked my flexible schedule as I could pay more time to my hobby which once became my profession, to web design. In November of 2009 due to circumstances beyond my control I had to leave this wonderful place.
This event accidentally concided with the next wave of Great Recession so I had to spend some time to find a new job. During this search I attended postgraduate courses of web design, mainly to have a kind of certification. In the spring of 2010 I found a new job and began to work in "MD Creative Studio", a small private company with specialization in interior design. I worked there as web master, as web designer, SEO specialist and Jack of all trades. But as soon as some circumstances are sometimes above us, all good ends sometimes, and 2 years later this work also has ended.
Now I go on with my favourite business — web design and logo creation — under cover of verdazure
(earlier it was called "zeleñ y sinevá", but I've changed the name).
Well, the word "Gallery" is very nice but bombastic and grandiloquent enough. This is not Louvre, not Hermitage and not el Prado. And this is neither Tretyakov Gallery nor Pinakothek of Munich. Here are just several photos of mine which I consider the best ones.
And there's no chronology or any other logic, the sequence is absolutely chaotic.