Russian photographer Alina Vlasova currently based in Bali. She was introduces to photography at the school age. From 1999 Alina started as a professional photographer. Till that time she worked as a professional cinema and theatre actress (graduated from Kazan State Institute
of Art and Moscow Theatre School of Dramatic Art of Anatoly Vassilyev).
At the moment she is photographer in travel through the world and still continue work with commercial clients. Photography has taking her in a colorful journey and introduces her to an array of eclectic cliental.
Her documentary work has seen her travel from Russian deep countryside through the Europe to Sahara deserts. Her commercial photography has crossed borders from interior to social and fashion, portraiture, still life and fine art.
Editorial work has been published in various magazines, including l’Officiel, Marie Claire, NME, Cosmopolitan, Upgrade, Time Out, Afisha, Domovoy, Aeroflot, etc. She worked for some projects of advertising agencies: McCann-Erickson Russia, Future Brand Menu, Est-Ouest.
Also Alina works upon her personal social awareness projects for a number of charity organizations in Moscow, such as Charity Podari Zhizn (Gift of Life) and Russian Invalid Kids Association.
Human Root photography is a collaborative art project with the artist, Mickaël Obrénovitch and the Russian photographer, Alina Vlasova.
It’s a collection of 18 beautiful photographs which was shot March, 2015. The project means to show the beauty and difference in diversity. The location for the shoot was done in Ubud in Indonesia.