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MIKHAIL MORDASOV was born in Novgorod and educated as a lawyer. Yet, after taking up photography during his military service, he shifted his professional goals to photojournalism. Since 2009 he has lived in Sochi and worked as a freelance photographer in both the future Olympic city and the wider Caucasus region. He was one of two journalists on the recent Spine of Russia project.
Russian Life:July/Aug 2016 Recently tapped as Russia’s most beautiful village, the tiny Karelian settlement of Kinerma (population 5) was also an unforgettable stop on The Spine of Russia journey. Author: Paul E. Richardson Illustrations/Images:Mikhail Mordasov
Russian Life:May/June 2016 Last fall, Russian Life editor Paul Richardson and photojournalist Mikhail Mordasov set off on a Kickstarter-funded, month-long, 6,000-kilometer road trip between Russia’s northern and southern borders. Author: Paul E. Richardson Illustrations/Images:Mikhail Mordasov
Russian Life:Jan/Feb 2012 Turning Sochi into an Olympic city in time for the 2014 games is a Herculean task. It does not help that environmentalists, local residents and bookkeepers are all wary. And then there is Georgia, just a few kilometers away. Author: Maria Antonova Illustrations/Images:Mikhail Mordasov Buy a Copy of this Issue
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