An Evening and a Day in Gyeongju

It’s been a year since I moved to Korea—and, perhaps unsurprisingly, the place has changed me and my understanding of the world. A lack of physical historicity has steadily re-trained my eye to extract a sense of place from visual cues bordering on the banal and, at the same time, the less pretentious.

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Checking My Privilege

The fact is, even in spite of being a war refugee as a child and even in spite of having to deal with a bit of homophobia after my public coming-out, I’m tall, I’m white and my life on the whole has been one of comfort and safety. In a sentence: I’ve enjoyed an existence of privilege.

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Inteview At Radio Slovakia

What it ultimately boils down to is this: travelling shoes, a strong urge to bond with people and tell their stories. I don't presume otherwise - I'm absolutely certain that it was a dumb amount of luck in my own life that allowed me to go out into the world and chronicle the mindboggling varriety of lives of others.

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Kubrick's Lost Photography

Rummaging through my old bookmarks folders, I re-discovered a long-forgotten gem. This series of photographs, taken by the young and unfairly gifted Stanley Kubrick, shows the famed American boxer Rocky Graziano in his most unguarded moments.

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