Category Archives: photographs

Freegan Story for Al Jazeera

My latest story for Al Jazeera project What Food Means to Me? is now online. Meet Paul, a chai store owner, artist and political activist running for Bristol mayor next year, reflects on being a freegan and choosing to eat discarded food. Getting

Freegan Story for Al Jazeera

My latest story for Al Jazeera project What Food Means to Me? is now online. Meet Paul, a chai store owner, artist and political activist running for Bristol mayor next year, reflects on being a freegan and choosing to eat discarded food. Getting

Cross-cultural Visual Dialogue

To commemorate the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, last week Everyday Eastern Europe took over EchoSight instagram account, presenting a series of montages made from images by Russian and Ukrainian photographers. As always, for me, the response to

Cross-cultural Visual Dialogue

To commemorate the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, last week Everyday Eastern Europe took over EchoSight instagram account, presenting a series of montages made from images by Russian and Ukrainian photographers. As always, for me, the response to

Looking for similarities in Marrakech

January is the dullest month of the year – cold, dark and boring – which is why I decided to start 2015 with a trip to Morocco. This wasn’t a typical holiday, as I brought quite a bit of work

Looking for similarities in Marrakech

January is the dullest month of the year – cold, dark and boring – which is why I decided to start 2015 with a trip to Morocco. This wasn’t a typical holiday, as I brought quite a bit of work

New Yorkers, what do we have in common?

During a recent trip to New York, I decided to continue working on the project that I started at Foundry workshop in Guatemala this summer, with plans to make the work global. Titled What do we have in common?, the project is

New Yorkers, what do we have in common?

During a recent trip to New York, I decided to continue working on the project that I started at Foundry workshop in Guatemala this summer, with plans to make the work global. Titled What do we have in common?, the project is

What do we have in common?

Back in July, I attended Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Antigua, Guatemala, working alongside a dozen of talented imagemakers from around the world under the guidance of lovely Maggie Steber. After crossing hundreds of miles on an 18-hour flight from London, I set my

What do we have in common?

Back in July, I attended Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Antigua, Guatemala, working alongside a dozen of talented imagemakers from around the world under the guidance of lovely Maggie Steber. After crossing hundreds of miles on an 18-hour flight from London, I set my

PRIDE 2014

For the second year in a row, I photographed Gay Pride parade in London – a wonderful celebration of love and equality:

PRIDE 2014

For the second year in a row, I photographed Gay Pride parade in London – a wonderful celebration of love and equality:

On Motherhood

I recently launched a new project titled Motherhood ABC, exploring personal feelings about the prospect of becoming a mother, as well as historical, cultural and social stereotypes about motherhood. The work raised many questions and discussions (which is always great!), so

On Motherhood

I recently launched a new project titled Motherhood ABC, exploring personal feelings about the prospect of becoming a mother, as well as historical, cultural and social stereotypes about motherhood. The work raised many questions and discussions (which is always great!), so