Andrey Borodulin started off as a culture and music journalist, but was thrust into news by the 2014 revolution and war in Ukraine. After covering conflicts in Eastern Ukraine, Syria, and Nagorny Karabakh, he is now drifting back to his initial journalistic interests: people’s daily lives, human interest stories, and cultural phenomena in remote and neglected places. He is a graduate of the Russian State University for the Humanities and enjoys sketching landscapes.
Polar Youth. Work in the mines, play on the slopes. This is the life of some sun-starved youth in the Arctic. Oh, and they also ski/snowboard off buildings.
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