Who is she? – And how many ways are there to answer? In the spaces we inhabit we leave traces.…
My first encounter with photoessays was possibly one of the most famous photo journalist projects in the world of photography: Dennis Stock’s James Dean.
Continuing on the theme of re-discovery of identity, this series of photographs explore the textures and spaces within Moscow; most importantly their reaction to light.
The final insallment of my Moscow photoessay series focuses on a generation that have witnessed some of the pivotal changes in Moscow in the 20th and 21st centuries.
One of the doors that my research into James Dean and fifties movies opened was to photography.
It’s not uncommon in our world that people don’t immediately see connections between the words “animation” and “politics”
There can never be enough films telling stories as enchanting as this one, of womanhood (especially those by a female director) and reflecting on a coming-of-age perspective often treated as second-place in many countries and societies.