About Olga
I was born in Moscow, Russia, but was always fascinated with traveling and meeting new cultures. After several years in Vienna, Austria, I decided to move to Paris, France, and study professional photography. Before making this choice I started career in history of art.  These days I work on different long-term projects, mostly concentrated on fine-art and documentary photography. Camera helps me to observe the world around and to keep in time people, beauty and happy moments. 
http://www.olgasondyk.com
Current city: Paris
Other cities: Moscow
I was born in Moscow, Russia, but was always fascinated with traveling and meeting new cultures. After several years in Vienna, Austria, I decided to move to Paris, France, and study professional photography. Before making this choice I started career in history of art.  These days I work on different long-term projects, mostly concentrated on fine-art and documentary photography. Camera helps me to observe the world around and to keep in time people, beauty and happy moments. 
 
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