Maxim Mjödov (b. 1983) is a fine art photographer, born and working in Tallinn, Estonia. In 2003, fascinated by emulsion based photography, he dedicated himself to experimenting with it – in search of narrative and poetic forms and possibilities to gain knowledge about and analyse themes like relationships in modern society, transformation and influence of landscape, perception of time.
Selected publication: Aint-Bad Magazine, PFmagazine, Landscape stories, Fluid, National Geographic, Fstopmagazine, Afisha, Thisispaper
Books: 2017 – Vacation 1958-1963 (in print), 2014 – How to disappear completely