After earning a BA in photojournalism, Inna started photographing weddings and never looked back. Spending the day with the bride and groom, Inna documents all the beauty, excitement, emotions, kisses, smiles, tears and sunshine (or an occasional rain!) that make the wedding day so memorable and special. Her style of shooting is very unobtrusive. Inna wants the couple to have fun and be themselves around friends and family while she captures the events as they unfold.
Inna hopes that her photographs will bring back happy memories and remind couples of how they felt on their wedding day years after it happened.
Originally from Russia, Inna picked up her first camera shortly after moving to the US in 2003. Her inspiration comes largely from world cinema. Directors from Andrei Tarkovsky and Ingmar Bergman to Wong Kar-wai and David Lynch affected her deeply and helped shape her personal style.
When not photographing, Inna enjoys being around cats, watching movies, making cupcakes, long walks and Joanna Newsom’s songs. “Peach, Plum, Pear” might be her favorite song ever!