Feminine Moments Presents Queer Photographer Anastasia Kuba

Anastasia Kuba is a San Francisco based photographer originally from Russia. She moved to United States on her own at the age of 20 in 2003. Partially because Anastasia felt lost in cultural and language differences, she turned to visual art as a universal way of self expression and communication. Same year she began her life as a photographer.


Photos by Anastasia Kuba 

Anastasia Kuba’s Artist Statement:

“I think about photography as a form of communication with my model, viewer, with God, with love, with fear, with the future and the past, with dreams and memories.

Photography is also my way to be intimate with people – my model or my viewer.My images are not a reaction to what is going on with the world at a present moment, rather how my personal world has been affected.

Feelings come before thoughts, which is one of the reasons why I don’t like to explain my photographs. The other reason is that I don’t want to lead an imagination of a person to a particular direction and would rather let it wonder freely. I want my images to be emotionally charged and express the level of intimacy (or lack of it) my model and I had.”



Anastasia Kuba’s website