Some older series:
Dubininkai is a village in rural Lithuania. Once a heaving settlement with people, animals and visitors, it now has only 5 people living there. It is a place so secluded that it only got it's first landline phone 15 years ago, and the only shop was at the back of a visiting lorry on Friday mornings.
A village once busy with farming, crops, cows, fishing and mushroom picking, started to change when young generation moved away.
Population 5 is a project about the place in transition. Dubininkai is a setting for memories of the past days and quiet anticipation about uncertain future.
Pasilaiciai. By the Forest.
Pasilaiciai (lit. translation from Lithuanian- by the forest) is a suburb of Vilnius, Lithuania built in the 1980-ies. As Vilnius has been expanding rapidly in the past 5 years, the suburb is spreading into the surrounding countryside and small villages.
Pani Teresa and her son Czeslaw have been living here for over 50 years, growing strawberries, flowers, potatoes, keeping chickens and a cow. They keep working the fields manually and lead the same life as previous generations of the village did whilst observing the growing wall of block flats and construction sites around them.
Homo Faber is an exploration of manual and creative labour in Scotland. The series portrays craftsmen and women, and artists working in Scotland, combining portraiture with local landscape. Supported by Glasgow Visual Artist Award.