Has been living and working in Auroville, South India since 2004.
Was born in Russia to a ceramic family. Began to work with clay at the age of 12 and has been in love with it ever since. Graduated from Pedagogical University as a Russian language and Literature teacher. Set up her first solo exhibition at 19 years. First official job was a TV journalist. But once moved to India in 2004, became fully dedicated to ceramics.
From 2008 has been one of the two founders and a teacher at the ‘White Peacock’ clay club (working with students aged 4 to 17 years).
The art pieces are kept in various private collections.
2008 – Duo show with Anna Morozova ‘Pottery Poetry’ at the Tibetan Pavilion in Auroville, India.
2008 – ‘The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’, a group show at the Institute of Contemporary Indian Art in Mumbai, India.
2009 – ‘T-Adda’, a group show at Prakrit Gallery in Chennai, India.
2010 – ‘The other way of Tea’, a group show in Auroville, India.
2011 – Group show 'Southern Fire', Kolkata, India
2012 – ‘The storm within and out’, a group show in Pondicherry, India.
2015 – ‘Object: Spoon’, a group show at Beaver Gallery, Canberra, coincide with the Australian Ceramic Triennial.
2015 – Group show of all potters from Auroville and Pondichery at Baroda, India
2016 – Solo show ‘Playroom 1’, at the Citadine Exhibition hall in Auroville,
2016 – ‘Summer is Here’, group show at Tasmai Art Centre, Pondicherry
2016, June – participation at International Ceramic Symposium ‘Baikal CeraMystika’, Russia
2016 July – August – group show at Irkutsk History Museum (final show of the Symposium ‘Baikal CeraMystika’,Russia
2016 September – 3 weeks Art Camp organized by JSW Foundation at Vidyanagar, Karnataka, India
2016 October – trio ceramic show ‘2 Mothers and 3 Daughters’ at Tasmai Art Center, Pondicherry, India