Vadim Braydov is a young freelance photojournalist based in Ufa, Russia. Born in 1987, he bought his first film camera in 2009 while at a concert tour of his music band. He collaborates with Associated Press, agency ITAR-TASS and RIA Novosti, "Kommersant" newspaper. His work has also been published in Lens NYTimes, ChicagoTribune, Berlingske (DK), LeMonde, etc. Vadim considers photography as another tool to explore the world. In his work, he tries not to maniulate the events.
2018 - Premio Internacional de Fotografía Luis Valtueña, 2016 - Stenin contest, 2016 - Efremov contest
In this photo taken on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016 Guldar, a victim of domestic violence, left, cringes from pain as artist Yevgeniya Zakhar works on her tattoo in Ufa, Russia. Yevgeniya Zakhar, a Russian tattoo artist from Ufa, a city about 1,200 kilometers (745 miles) east of Moscow, gives free tattoos to victims of domestic abuse, to cover their scars. The upper chamber of the Russian parliament last week passed a controversial bill decriminalizing some forms of domestic violence. (AP Photo/Vadim Braydov)
An elderly man stands next to the body of his wife, who died of an apparent heart attack after an ambulance was unable to make its way through fighting, in the town of Vuhlehirsk, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. Fighting in eastern Ukraine intensified on Tuesday ahead of much-anticipated peace talks, with both sides claiming significant advances. (AP Photo/Vadim Braydov)
A pro-Russian rebel guards a captured former Ukrainian Army checkpoint outside Vuhlehirsk, Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015. The rebels have closed in around the town in a strategy they triumphantly refer to as the Debaltseve cauldron. Separatists recently burst through government lines in the rural settlement of Vuhlehirsk