International

Posted by | October 18, 2015
Metalworker in Osh

Gone are the days where I live where kitchen tools and other metal objects are repaired. If it's broken, we discard it to be recycled or send it off to...

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Posted by | October 10, 2015
Photo Essay in ‘The Diplomat’

For the October 4th parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan, I observed the processes for OSCE/ODIHR, an international multi-state organization. Previous to going, I asked The Diplomat, an online news magazine reporting...

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Posted by | August 9, 2015
Opening of The Small Show

It's been quite awhile since I've written here as I directed my energies toward Postcards From Youth, a side project whereby I aim to curate the teen experience by encouraging...

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Posted by | June 3, 2015
Afghan Market

Many of the ethnic groups in the Gorno-Badakhshan region of Tajikistan extend across the international boundary into Afghanistan. Though these people have been separated for generations, and the differences in...

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Posted by | March 31, 2015
South Kordofan II

During a month in the Sudanese state of South Kordofan observing the registration period for parliamentarian elections, I spent a lot of time in a Toyota Land Cruiser jiggling my...

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Posted by | March 30, 2015
WWII Monument in Voronezh

Laid out on a massive weathered square like pieces on a chess board, the Socialist Realist soldiers bear witness to the bold fight the Soviet people gave in the defense...

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Posted by | March 26, 2015
Jasmine & Revolution: Tunisia

Jasmine & Revolution: Tunisia by Tim Scott

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Posted by | March 24, 2015
Horse games

In Kyrgyzstan, horses are elevated and skills with them are valued. It was said to me time and again that to get the "real" Kyrgyz experience, I had to go...

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Posted by | March 19, 2015
The Great Patriotic War

Everywhere across the former Soviet Union are monuments to the great patriotic war or WWII, an event that drew together the many ethnicities at the time and sent at least...

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Posted by | March 18, 2015
War Graffiti

In the autonomous region of Sudan where the Ngok line of the dominant south Sudanese Dinka have their homeland, violence driven by the state or by ethnic clashes is a...

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