Moscow-based photographer Boris Bendikov has developed his own unique shooting style. Influenced by his first visit to France and a yearlong trip to the US at the age of 23, Boris took private lessons from photographer Alexander Samoilov before launching his career as a commercial photographer shooting still life and architecture.
Experimenting with forms and lines, he branched out into people, portraiture, fashion and nudes. Shooting both commercial and personal projects, Boris tries to vary styles and themes as much as he can and as a result only embarks on new projects when something really touches him.
Boris has been working as a professional for 20 years, collaborating with well-known design studios and advertising agencies including BBDO, DDB, Leo Burnett, McCann Erickson, Logvin Design and Direct Design as well as magazines such as Wallpaper, AD, Vogue, Maxim and many others.
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