Raised into a family of Russian aristocrats, Catherine Reznitchenko was born in Germany in 1970. Raised by a grandfather who became famous during the Second World War, she is very interested in literature, painting and classical music.
After a literary course, she spent ten years in the private sector before returning to law school and joining the public sector.
It is in adolescence, thanks to a neighbor photographer who offers her one of its film camera, that she is initiated to photography. First, she tries out portraiture and street photography, then turns to heritage and landscape photography.
By focusing on the European architectural and artistic heritage, she tries to remind us that the human spirit, when guided by the pursuit of excellence, can succeed in giving a formal idea of genius.
More generally, she tries to capture the nuances of light, their ephemeral poetry, to fix on an image this fragile moment during which something eternal seems to have manifested itself.
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December 2016: Jumièges, Normandie, France.
April to july 2017:Manoir de Villers, Normandie,France.
June to August 2017:La Mailleraye-sur-Seine, Normandie, France.
July to october 2017: Manoir de Villers, Normandie, France (with painter Alix Méry de Bellegarde).
Mars to may 2018: Étretat, Normandie, France.
May 28 and 29, 2018:Salon de la photographie, Paris, France.
May to august 2019 : Manoir de Villers, Normandie,France.
4th prize in 'Light of Day 2018' international competition.