Men drink vodka in the Roma settlement in Ostrovany, Slovakia. They live below a rainbow-painted wall that separates their community from Slovakians who live in homes above the camp. March 2013.
Milan Dano (17) looks out of the window of his father’s flat in Presov with his mother, Zlata Dano. March 2013.
A police officer ties cordon tape to a fence outside of the site of a mass murder-suicide in Velika Ivanca, Serbia. April 9, 2013.
Early in the morning on April 9, 2013 in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 50km from Belgrade, Ljubiša Bogdanović murdered 13 family members and neighbors before committing suicide. Later that day residents of the village returned home beyond a police cordon and past the crime scene.
The Wikipedia article has more information in English about the worst massacre in Serbia since the wars of the 1990s.
Kids playing around in one of the main squares below the offices of PTK telecom officies. A strange mix of Kosovar folks on different missions in the same square. June 2008.
Kids playing on the spinning wheel that was part of the fair that was in one of my more . Go to the third image of the Ferris Wheel, and is the one used to illustrate the Burn Emerging Photographer’s Grant. Same few moments on one day deciding what to photograph.
Gracanica bus to Prishtina, Kosovo. 2008. Looking at old pictures, thinking about old projects, I come across this small picture that I made years ago that still interests me in ways that I can’t quite figure out. Maybe it just reminds me of all the Balkan bus rides that I’ve had and have to go.
The large US Steel plant in Velka Ida, Slovakia as seen from the main entrance road. March 2013.
Residents of the Velka Ida settlement gather around the town’s water well. They are limited to roughly two hours of access to water daily, and the rest of the time the well is padlocked shut.
A steaming treatment pool from the US Steel plant in Velka Ida, Slovakia. March 2013.