Tag Archive: Projects

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    La Espera – The Wait

    When I first moved to Mexico in 2017 I started working around subjects of migration and human displacement for a number of media outlets and NGOs. The stories I would cover were often focusing on the plight of migrants and refugees to reach the US. With a background in photojournalism, I would often strive to […]

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    The United Soya Republic

    Jordi Ruiz Cirera‚Äôs series, The United Soya Republic, belongs to a tradition of what might be called quiet observational documentary. His gaze is steady, acute, sometimes contemplative, always thought-provoking. He spends time with his subjects before he spends time photographing them. The end result is a deft merging of the detached and the intimate. In […]

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    Ramallah’s Youth at a Crossroads

    the work follows the realities of the younger generation in Ramallah, a city that has seen a rapid lifestyle change influenced by Western culture and a more open-minded attitude than other more conservative cities in the West Bank.

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    Los Menonos

    This project documents the life and inner struggles of the Mennonite community in Eastern Bolivia. Mennonites are Christian Anabaptists who arrived during the 1950s from Canada, Mexico and Belize. The Government in Bolivia promised them land and religious freedom, and they came with the hope of preserving their traditional, simple way of life, free from […]

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