Un diario de México


This series did not come from a preconceived idea. It is a reflection of experiences from time spent living in Mexico, shaped by my understanding of the pressing issues the country grapples with today.

For many, life in Mexico is vulnerable to rifts in the social fabric. Violence and corruption punctuates the day-to-day. Amidst this, the search to secure a better future continues. Education is seen as the way forward. Family life is paramount to all else. Pay tribute to the saints, search for loved ones, honour the dead.

In the midst of this struggle exists the space between the shadows and the light.


En route to Chixilton, Chiapas
En route to Chixilton, Chiapas
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Day of the Dead. San Augustine Etla, Oaxaca.

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Tuxtla, Chiapas, May 2016. Police wait outside the Soriana's shopping center during the ongoing teacher's strike in Mexico.

Police outside of a shopping centre in Tuxtla during the ongoing teachers' strikes against education reforms across Chiapas.

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Graduation Day - Tenejapa, Chiapas.

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Pedestrians and Policia - Veracruz

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Dresses hang on mannequins at a shop in San Luis Potosí, Mexico. It's estimated that every day, six women are killed in Mexico as a direct result of gendered violence. This photo visualizes the amount of women murdered in roughly three days.

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Pellea de gallos | Cockfight, La Zapatilla, SLP
Pellea de gallos | Cockfight, La Zapatilla, SLP
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Carnival, Veracruz

Carnival, Veracruz. 

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Night bus stop somewhere between San Cristobal de las Casis and Veracruz. 

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