Dmitry Oskin was born in Russia St Petersburg in 1986 and moved to live and work in London in 2009. Art was his first passion and he won a national prize at the age of 16 to create an artwork which now hangs in the Duma in Moscow. Prior to that at age 14, he won a national Russian drawing competition and was awarded first prize which was presented to him by the mayor of St Petersburg in the Hermitage museum. Dmitry was trained and worked as a stylist on film and photo shoots. Since moving to London he has developed his career in photography. He has experienced various cultures through travels to South America, South East Asia and islands in the Indian Ocean which have deeply affected his artistic outlook. His work in the UK to date has focused on fashion photography, with his debut sell-out exhibition for VZ Gallery being a departure into the world of art. Currently he is working for Russian and English TV networks as well as undertaking fashion and private commission photo shoots in UK, France and Australia.