Monday, August 26, 2013


In late spring of 1990 I traveled to Yugoslavia for two weeks to photograph the people of a country that had fascinated me for years. It seemed to be a country that provided many varied cultures and traditions with a place to grow and prosper, without the political tension and friction that usually surfaces. What I feel I experienced was something of a calm before the storm, as just a few months after I returned home the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia began to disintegrate into years of conflict and war.
There are 50 photographs in this portfolio, printed on 11"x 14" Portriga Rapid paper, and matted to 16"x 20".