Smithsonian Magazine 

What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? We journey through Vladimir Putin’s Russia to measure the aftershocks of the political explosion that rocked the world a century ago. Russia is both a great, glorious country and an ongoing disaster. Just when you decide it is the one, it turns around and discloses the other...Read more

National Geographic

A Chance Encounter Leads to a Deeper Understanding of a Civil War What makes people decide that, rather than start over elsewhere, they’ll stay in a place with ghosts of the past both bitter and sweet? The most powerful takeaway for Ingurazova was finding out how in the midst of it all, life goes on. This sentiment also parallels her own as a photographer. “Photography is about staying,” she says, and coming away with a deeper understanding...Read more


Not Eligible To Play Olga Ingurazova went to the CONIFA football games for unrecognized tribes, nations and sports isolated territories to capture this unusual sporting event. We spoke to her about the project and documentary photography in general… Read more

The Wall Street Journal

Russian Lawyers Find Lucrative Niche Counseling Clients Hit by Sanctions Russian lawyer  had to make a choice: either had to drop the biggest client, or give up promising career at a prestigious American law firm and launch his own practice...Read More 

The Washington Post

The ‘#MeToo hurricane’: Rape case divides a Russian city and stirs rare debate on feminism and justice Communism afforded options for Russian women — including the right to vote and access to legal abortion — decades ahead of their Western sisters gaining them.  Recently high-profile rape case  brought layers of questions — over power, conscience, justice and feminism. The case also challenges views on the law and sexual violence in the region around Ufa, where Muslims make up around half of the population, and across Russia as a whole...Read more



Olga’s award-winning photo stories ”Scars of Independence” and ”Wolf Story” were published as a part of a book series "War Is Only Half the Story".  

“War is Only Half the Story” is a ten-year retrospective of the work of the groundbreaking documentary photography and educational program, The Aftermath Project, which for a decade has supported post-conflict storytelling. In the book you'll find some of world’s best photographers who strive to change the way the media covers conflict - and to educate the public about the true cost of war and the real price of peace." - Dewi Lewis Publishing. 


Olga is based in Moscow and available for collaborations and speaking engagements internationally.  

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