Lida Litvinova was born in eastern Ukraine, in the village of Uspenka, Lugansk region.
In 1981-86, she studied at the Leningrad Institute of Water Transport Engineers.
In 1982-83, the audition listened to a lecture course at the People’s University of Art History at the Hermitage.
In 1988 she moved to a permanent residence in Leningrad, where she worked as a postman, an artist in painting clay toys, an Research Fellow for Ethnographic Research in a private company, and a literary editor in a private book publishing house.
In 1998 he returned to Izmail, Odessa region and worked as a journalist in a local newspaper. At the same time he is engaged in amateur photography and in 2002 became a member of the First International Photo Salon in Odessa. Since then, the passion for photography has grown into a professional activity.
In 2009, he moved to Odessa and participated in numerous exhibition projects of the Odessa photo community.
Since 2009 – member of the National Union of Photographers of Ukraine.
Since 2020 – the author of articles on photography in the Noga Creative Union.
2006 – Pictorial breath, Yuzhnensky city art gallery, Yuzhny, Ukraine.
2011 – Photo vernissage of Lydia Litvinova, Izmail Art Gallery, Izmail, Ukraine.