Evgeny Feldman (Евгений Фельдман) is a Russian photojournalist based in Moscow. He's currently freelancing for different independent outlets in Russia as well as major media from abroad and working on personal projects.
Born on February 24th, 1991, Feldman graduated from psychology department of Moscow State University. In 2010 he started his job as a photographer at Novaya Gazeta newspaper and went on to work there until 2016. In 2014-2016 he was also a permanent photography contributor to Mashable.
Feldman covered protests in Moscow and country's regions, trials of the opposition leaders and activists, aftermaths of a flood in a city of Krymsk and of Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack in Paris as well as Pulse gay club shooting in Orlando.
In 2014 he released a photo book Apart on Ukrainian revolution & war that established a record in the history of Russian crowdfunding. All 1,500 copies were sold out in a few months. In 2015 renewed edition of Apart was published in Kiev, Ukraine. In 2015 he published two long-term photo projects, Moscow Military Glamour and The Village That Banned Wikipedia.
In 2017, he published his second album, Super Tuesday and The Other Days Of The Week that was photographed throughout the previous year in the US and intertwines America's daily life and the 2016 presidential elections. He also published an album Spartak, the Champions that tells a story of Moscow football team getting its first championship gold medals in 16 years.
Throughout 2017 and 2018 he covered Alexey Navalny's insurgent presidential campaign challenging Vladimir Putin. It was being published at navalny.feldman.photo and has been seen by more than 1,5 million viewers.
The project turned out to be featured in the first issue of Feldman's own 'glossy self-published' magazine SVOY. Each issue is crowdfunded with the first receiving more that $12.000 and the third getting over $13,000 with second issue featuring a story by Sergey Ponomarev, a World Press Photo and Pulitzer Prize winner.