In 2015, I was visiting a tea plantation in the northeastern corner of Bangladesh to cover a worker’s movement that protested the government’s decision to set up an Economic Zone on the land where workers had been cultivating crops for over hundred years.
Having grown up reading a multitude of home and lifestyle magazines, my work confronts the expectations that developed from buying into the photographic fantasies depicting the pristine and perfect domestic life.
LAMBA is an ongoing photography project documenting the vanishing tradition of the lamba, a Malagasy garment that serves as a symbol of the island of Madagascar’s cultural heritage, pride, and symbol of empowerment for Malagasy people.
Over the course of seven years I spent approximately 130 days in the town of Greenwood, Mississippi, as I considered the legacies of racism and segregation on the lives of people growing up in America today.
Take Me Away depicts the life and times of Canton House, a Chinese take away which opened in the UK in the early 60’s by the Yau family after emigrating from Hong Kong in search of a better life.
Twins Jörg and Rolf Fischer are deeply bound to one another by their fate. They were both born deaf and gradually lost their sight during the course of their lives due to severe diabetes.
It’s All In My Head is a multimedia project that explores the coping mechanisms of survivors of terrorism and violent conflict by using layered portraits of the things they do to help themselves move forward or, otherwise.