I was emotionally affected by the cultural and political conflicts. My pictures did not just come out of the camera; they came out of my gut. Every day that I spent there, I was tense and emotionally wired. You can’t live in that kind of environment without being affected by tension and stress. I felt the chaos. Maybe some of that transmits through my pictures.
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