Natalya Berkutova was born in Moscow on March 8, 1972.
• In 1996, graduated from the Faculty of Arts at Moscow State Regional Pedagogical University.
• In 1991-2003, taught Drawing, Painting, Composition, Special Technics, Production, and Material Studies at the Carl Faberge Lyceum of Arts and Crafts.
• In 1998, her first exhibition took place.
• In 2000, participated in the Our World exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2001, participated in the Female Artists exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2001, participated in the Moscow Through the Eyes of the Young exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2004, completed a course at the Academy of Classic Photography.
• Since 2004, has been a student of a photographer Natalya Melikhova.
• In 2005, participated in the Melikhov’s 20 Friends exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2006, participated in the Moscow-Winter-Moscow exhibitions in Moscow and Karlsruhe (Germany).
• In 2006, took part in the Year of Russian Culture in China event in Beijing (PRC).
• In 2005-2010, took part in the Silver Camera contest in Moscow.
• In 2007, participated in the Through the Eyes of People exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2008, participated in the Art March exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2009, took part in the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum event in Saint Petersburg.
• In 2009, participated in the 1st Phototravel 2009 festival in Moscow.
• In 2010, the Circus solo exhibition in Saint Petersburg.
• In 2010, participated in the 2nd Phototravel 2010 festival in Moscow.
• In 2011, took part in the My Genre contest and was awarded the 1st prize, Professionals category.
• In 2011, joined the Moscow Union of Artists.
• In 2011, took part in the Perm Photo Biennial.
• In 2011, participated in the 3rd Phototravel 2011 festival in Moscow.
• In 2012, participated in the Anticipation of Spring exhibition in Moscow.
• In 2012, took part in the 2nd Photobiennale of the Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg.
• In 2012, took part in the XXI. My Pacific Ocean photo expedition and the follow-up exhibition in Moscow.
Publications: ZOOM, Phototravel.
Natalya Berkutova’s works can be found in the collections of the New Manezh Gallery and the Russian Museum, as well as private collections.