Sergey Kivrin was born into the family of Vladislav Kivrin, a famous Soviet photographer, in 1955. At the age of 15, he was first introduced to a camera. Presently, he has got a reputation of the best sports photographer. Meanwhile, he is a photojournalist who never misses a noteworthy story. His archive includes reports from crisis spots, portraits of celebrities, urban landscapes, advertising photos, and, of course, sports photos, which have no match these days.
Mr Kivrin collaborates with the Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, Eastern Network, the Los-Angeles Times, the New York Times as well as the best Russian and international magazines. He is the winner of a number of international photo contests, including ADIDAS-AIPS-CANON (France), World Press Photo (Holland), Humor Photo (Belgium), and NIKON (Japan).
His exhibitions are held in fashionable showrooms annually. He is loved, desired, and trusted. His photos depict celebrities at the height of their glory.’ (From the press release of Sergey Kivrin’s solo exhibition at the Lumiere Brothers Centre for Photography.)