My name is Yurii. I am Ukrainian, and I am proud. I used to be shy to say that I am Ukrainian, but not anymore. Now I am honoured to be a part of this vast, brave community fighting for freedom, a society that does not want to be enslaved.

Igor is on the train heading to the border between Hungary and Ukraine. His house in Germany already has 16 young refugees filling it to capacity, but Igor is headed to Hungary to bring back some more.

When war broke out in Ukraine on the 24th of February, life changed for everyone. The darkness of war gripped those fleeing from the blasts, and among those fleeing the Russian army, were the 76000 plus international students studying at Ukrainian universities.

It's a privilege to get to work with ReWoven, and photograph this process, and capture a part of this old and picturesque culture and tradition.⁠

A tranquil, cold morning high in the Caucasus in Georgia finds the Azeri shepherds waiting for the flock to be divided to be taken out to pasture. This refreshingly cool, pre-sunrise morning, will make way for a clear and hot day, a long day for these men as they will be gone until well after... Continue Reading →

Another beautiful winters day in the city of Ternopil. Sometimes, things just stand out in a scene and need to be photographed. As I was walking through town this morning, the beautiful bright red jacket was precisely one of those moments. I hope it stops you and compels you to look just a little bit... Continue Reading →

I really enjoyed meeting the people in Malawi, and everyone I met was beautiful, friendly, and generous. It is a country that is known as the 'Warm Heart of Africa', and it definitely lives up to its name!⁠ View on Instagram

An already beautiful scene, here in this picturesque Azeri village in Georgia, gets even more beautiful towards the end of the day as the late afternoon sun floods across the loom as these women together weaving their latest rug.⁠ ⁠ Thanks to the efforts of the organisation ReWoven, much of these skills will be passed... Continue Reading →

A quintessential Goma experience! Chukudus are unique Congolese wooden bikes first designed and built in the Goma area of the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. These vehicles appear to be part bicycle and part scooter and resemble a kids balance bike, but on a much larger scale. They take several days to make, mostly by... Continue Reading →

I was in Kathmandu taking photos with @johndavidsonco. Getting to experience and understand more of the local culture and beliefs really helps me to capture more authentic, genuine, and impactful images.⁠ ⁠ I loved the simplicity and movement in these prayer lamps in the temple. I always enjoy photographing flame and fire!⁠

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