A twenty year long journey in search of understanding the mechanisms allowing a contemporary dictatorship rise, last, and fall.

An intimate portrait of life in one of the Europe’s most biodiverse regions and a quiet homage to the photographer’s native land.

Exploring the semi-invisible, sugary world of rabuhos – the love hotels of Japan.

Project questioning the notion of ‘progress’ imposed on local urban and industrial development plans.

“The color photographs close the distance between past and present and may challenge some viewers’ longheld perceptions.”

A photo-fairytale from Yakutsia. Based on memories of childhood, family, places, smells and sensations.

A grapple with the complexities of motherhood and the turbulent environments around.

Transgender women marginalized and discriminated in Peru.

Photographer revives a family history and embarks on a 2,200 km solitary journey from Russia to Poland.

South Africa’s sick miners and widows named in the lawsuit against 32 gold mining companies.

Documenting the people of small Russian village Andrushino in the Pskov region.

The “expat” bubble in Ghana.

The tourist resort of Laganas in Greece, in the period of its absolute abandonment during the winter months.

“I do not remember any kissing between family members as I was growing up.”

The drying up of Lake Urmia in Iran.

“It became clear to me that landscape influences us, seeps into us, drowns us, moulds our visual sensitivity and determines our emotional responses to the proportions of space.”

“I wonder how it might be for Alice to be valued without distinction, without exception and without second glance.”

Statistically 1 in 4 people experience mental health difficulties in the United Kingdom each year.