Dmitry Pakhomov was born in 1964 in Leningrad, former Soviet Union.
In 1983 he graduated from the Alexander Lyceum as photographer resellers.
In 1990 he graduated from the St. Petersburg Roerich School of Art,
the sculpture department.
Since 1994 Dmitry worked as chief designer of the annual International
documentary, short and animated Film Festival "Message to Man",
St. Petersburg. He is the author of the main prize of the festival
- the sculpture "Golden Centaur".
Dmitry worked as a production designer in several movies and documentary
films with director Oleg Kovalev: "Isle of the Dead" (1992);
"Concerto for rats" (1995); "Sergei Eisenstein. Autobiography";
"Sergei Eisenstein. Mexican Fantasy" (1998); "Dark
In 1992 Dmitry Pakhomov became a Laureate of the Biennial of Contemporary
Art. Since 1994 he is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia.
In 2001 he became member of the Russian Cinematographers' Union.