Behind the Curtains of 21st Century Communism
This seven year photographic project documents the countries which remain under Communist Party rule during the 21st century. It explores contemporary North Korea, Cuba, China, Vietnam, Laos, Moldova and the Maoist revolution in Nepal, asking how communism has managed to survive, mutate and rebuild after the dramatic collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
The project exists as a traveling exhibition, multiple features in major publications and as a forthcoming monograph book. Photographs from this series have won more than a dozen international awards.
For news about the exhibitions, book and publications, please visit the Behind the Curtains site.