At 28, russian born Alexey Moskvin has already established himself as a leading member of the rising younger generation of British (based) photographers.
Having participated in exhibitions in London, Glasgow and Istanbul his work is receiving ever wider exposure.
His work in the art of photography is described as 'amusing and touching, a witty presentation' (Lynn MacRichie, artist, art critic, writer), and 'evocative shifting concepts' (Professor David Plante, Columbia University).
Commercially his work is described as 'innovative and arresting' (Tim Steel, former MD, TBWA Advertising, London and GM, SONY UK)
Aiming to explore the relationship between 'the appearance and the reality', he supports his work at present through employment as a Multimedia asset manager with Tate Media and Audiences.