“Grace / to be born and live as variously as possible.” – Frank O’Hara, in memory of his feelings.

My brief autobiography for fact seekers is as follows:
I was born on the year in which the first McDonalds in Moscow opened to the public. As of 2015, this would make me 25 years old.
My primary life’s work has encompassed creating various forms of visual artwork, writing theoretical research articles regarding numerous types of obscure art-related subject matters and the ramifications of an audience’s psychological and philosophical interpretations of the aforementioned artwork.
I occasionally lecture to public audiences regarding theses that I have developed or am developing, such as “Death Perception: The Metaphysical Picture Book” ( April 2013 at “The Corcoran School of Art”, formerly known as “The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design” prior to the absorption of the Corcoran institution by George Washington University and The National Gallery of Art )
Although I am not currently pursuing full-time positions due to, as of December 2015, I am currently interested in undertaking ONLY short-term, freelance commissions for:
  • Photography.
  • Digital Illustration.
  • Composing written articles on topics that pertain to the field of the visual-arts and psychological interpretations of aforementioned artwork, or articles proposing aesthetic philosophy with a focus on metaphysics. ( Under 3,000 words in length. )
  • Copy editing and bibliographic research positions of artistic interest.
Thank you kindly for taking an interest in my portfolio, and, if you wish to get in touch with me for any reason, I will be always be very happy to hear from you and reply to any questions or comments that you wish for me answer.