lecture on Documentary Photography and Human Rights



Today at my lecture on “Documentary Photography and Human Rights” in American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Thanks to my dear friend and colleague Elyor Nematov for the invitation and photos.

Crying Meri book review in New Zealand Pro Photographer magazine.

Book review

The book is published by FotoEvidence and available for sale here:

Nuclear Dust” – in this week issue of the Russian Reporter magazine.



The tiny island of Ebeye in Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, has a total area of 0.36 square kilometres and accommodates more than 13 000 people. Most of them were moved there because of the US army missile range-testing program. Extreme overcrowding, poverty, disease outbreaks and high level of unemployment gave this island the informal name of the ā€¯island-ghetto”.