Between September 2012 and November 2014 I spent 50 days walking throughout Bucharest with the aim of building a visual archive of its ever-changing face.

Focusing on its architecture and landscape, I wanted to create a representation of Bucharest that escapes the usual tourist clichés and shows the city as I see it: raw, chaotic, multilayered, but also surprisingly poetic and always visually intriguing.

I have put together a book with the resulting 132 photographs and published it independently in October 2015.

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Domestic Tropicality

72 Miles to Dover

A Lidl a Day

Lost Grounds



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