My projects are visual narratives gathered over extended periods of time and influenced greatly by my deep interest in social, political and environmental issues, with a particular emphasis on China.
My series Qi Lihe is an intensely intimate portrait of life within one district on the outskirts of Lanzhou city in Gansu Province, North Western China. The images depict scenes of daily life for thousands of Muslim migrants who have been forced to leave their ancestral homes within the Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture and migrate to the provincial capital, in order to survive.
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