Toy soldiers. Cold wars. The frost takes a long time to thaw and these images are
testament to a false spring slowly but surely blossoming. Vacancy.
— Trevor Traynor
A fictional story of three women in one Latin American home (each played by the same woman) reveals the conflicst of vanity, race and class in society.won Second Prize for this work in the Portfolio Category of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2011.
This aptly named photobook is filled with visual poetry, simplicity of style, and the craft of a master.
During the brutal Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, entire family histories were forcibly erased—yet some, at great personal risk, kept tiny physical keepsakes from their past. These still life photographs are a touching testament to these individual's bravery and courage in the face of mortal danger.
An award-winning photobook, The Pigs echoes the design and form of "The Economist" to deliver photoessays of real situations in four countries suffering in economic crisis in the EU: Portugal, Italy, Greece, Spain — referred to by the financial press with the disparaging acronym PIGS.