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My name is Viktoriya (or Vika if you prefer)

I was born in Russia, moved to Israel with my

mom at the age of 7. After high school, I joined

the IDF, where I served as a sergeant for 3 years.

In 2017, my photography journey began. While traveling the world as a security officer on a cruise ship, I was captivated by the breathtaking sights around me and felt compelled to capture them. That's when I bought my first Canon camera and started documenting everything. What started as a hobby soon turned into a passion and, a couple of years later, a full-fledged career.

After wrapping up my contract with MSC, the cruise ship security team, I decided to move to Los Angeles for college. But as fate would have it, after I graduated, the pandemic hit, and I found myself back in my homeland, Israel. It was during this period that I started walking around with my camera, snapping photos of my friends and family.

Then came a remarkable twist of fate. I was approached by the head of the bone marrow department at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. She had seen my work and wanted me to capture the essence of her department and its amazing staff. I obviously accepted the challenge.

And so, with that momentous step, I officially kicked off my photography business and began sharing the word about my services with the world.

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