These photos were taken in the so-called Gogol House in Odessa, once home to the important Ukrainian writer Nikolai Gogol. The house dates back to 1846 and was owned by the writer’s uncle. The once luxurious villa has gone through many phases of repurposing since, including its use as barracks for the military, before finally […]
Odessa is an important city historically, and its harbour still is an important one on the Black Sea. A lot of its architecture is based on Western European styles, but its rough edges are what make the city truly unique. This mixture of industry, infrastructure and abandoned buildings are central to this series.
Old Lada’s are still a common sight in Odessa, and they go well with the old city’s messy streets and courtyards. In Odessa, there is a surprise around every corner, but the Lada is a consistent element.
The historical center of Veliko Tarnovo pays little mind to the town’s importance to modern-day Bulgaria. Instead, its sleepy streets and stacked homes seem to have frozen in time.
Are the behavior and appearance of cats, like with humans, subject to the local culture and climate? This series does not provide the answer, but it asks the question. A growing series of portraits of cats in southern european countries.
Athens is a pretty rough-around-the-edges city, and it’s pretty rough on the inside as well. However, there is a small area on the foot of the Acropolis called Anafiotika, which resembles the Greek charm mostly associated with the country’s islands.