Calling herself the ‘explorer of light’, the Moscow-born photographer’s work looks at contemporary life, and includes an exciting interpretation of everyday objects using ultraviolet light – images of which will be shown at the exhibition for the very first time.
Mila first developed her craft when studying at the Icart-Photo school of photography in Paris in 2003. Since then, she’s earned a Master in Arts in Fashion Photography at the London College of Fashion, while her work has appeared in Russian edition’s of Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue.
You’ll also get to see her spectacular exhibition for free, and it’ll be at The Book Club from September 22nd. Go see. (Words: Monique Todd)