After nearly three weeks of sustained protests the Egyptian people who had decided to take to the streets and risk their lives for freedom got what they so desperately wanted. On the evening of the 11th of February 2011 Hosni Mubarak quietly stood down as president of Egypt, bringing to an end his 30 year reign... View Project Page
After nearly three weeks of sustained protests the Egyptian people who had decided to take to the streets and risk their lives for freedom got what they so desperately wanted. On the evening of the 11th of February 2011 Hosni Mubarak quietly stood down as president of Egypt, bringing to an end his 30 year reign... View Project Page
More than a decade after the allied invasion of Iraq, the semi-autonomous north of the country, commonly known as Iraqi Kurdistan, is facing its toughest challenge yet. Famed for its security and prosperity compared to the rest of the country, the Kurds are now fighting to maintain their hard earned reputation and continue on their path towards nationhood. Thanks to oil revenues and previously unfathomable trade and business links with Turkey, it is easy to find luxury hotels, shopping malls and fast cars in the regions capital, Erbil. Extremely tight security has meant the North has become a safe heaven for both national and international business in a country that is still racked by sectarian violence and now the expanding threat of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria)... View Project Page
The Croatian war of Independence displaced over 300,000 Croatian Serbs between 1991 and 1995. It was towards the end of the war that 200,000 of them were uprooted by a Croatian military offensive known as Operation Storm. This was the single largest displacement of people in Europe since World War Two... View Project Page
More than a decade after the allied invasion of Iraq, the semi-autonomous north of the country, commonly known as Iraqi Kurdistan, is facing its toughest challenge yet. Famed for its security and prosperity compared to the rest of the country, the Kurds are now fighting to maintain their hard earned reputation and continue on their path towards nationhood. Thanks to oil revenues and previously unfathomable trade and business links with Turkey, it is easy to find luxury hotels, shopping malls and fast cars in the regions capital, Erbil. Extremely tight security has meant the North has become a safe heaven for both national and international business in a country that is still racked by sectarian violence and now the expanding threat of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria)... View Project Page
The Gali district of Abkhazia lies in the South East of the territory on the border with Georgia Proper. Home to the only remaining Mingrelian Georgian people in Abkhazia, the region feels like a buffer zone between the two sides. Extremely neglected and under populated, compared to pre-war figures, one feels like they are going back in time as they cross the disputed border from the left bank of the Ingury River into Abkhazia's most impoverished district... View Project Page
The Libyan revolution started in mid February, at the peak of the 'Arab Spring'. Tunisia's Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and Egypt's Hosni Mubarak had fallen and the uprisings seemed to be gathering momentum, with mass protests calling for political reform across the Middle East and North Africa... View Project Page
The Gali district of Abkhazia lies in the South East of the territory on the border with Georgia Proper. Home to the only remaining Mingrelian Georgian people in Abkhazia, the region feels like a buffer zone between the two sides. Extremely neglected and under populated, compared to pre-war figures, one feels like they are going back in time as they cross the disputed border from the left bank of the Ingury River into Abkhazia's most impoverished district... View Project Page
The Libyan revolution started in mid February, at the peak of the 'Arab Spring'. Tunisia's Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and Egypt's Hosni Mubarak had fallen and the uprisings seemed to be gathering momentum, with mass protests calling for political reform across the Middle East and North Africa... View Project Page