A part of book "Indian diary".
Platon Terentev - photographer. Based in St. Petersburg, Russia. Was born in Bratsk (Siberia), 1989. Studied at the Faculty of History and later engaged in archeology works. 5 years worked in expeditions on the Angara river, in North Ossetia, Chukotka and other regions. The most important subjects - concept of the home; autonomous communities; relations of people, migrations, modern slavery, homelessness. In 2014 graduated from the St.-Petersburg Galperin Photofaculty, with diploma project “For whom the river flows”, dedicated to disappearance of traditional life in Siberia. Winter 2014-2015 worked as a volunteer in village Svetlana for people with disabilities and work on story “Mostki”. Additional education: Fotografika Academy (St.-Petersburg) 2015-2017: workshops - Vlad Sokhin, Yuri Kozyrev, Stanley Greene. Participated in many group exhibitions and photo festivals in Russia and the Baltic States.