Burtinsky. Watermark

My first encounter with Edward Burtinsky took place at the Institute for Contemporary Art in London where the screening of his documentary, ‘Watermark’, accompanied by a Q&A session, was organized a couple of years ago. In ‘Watermark’ Burtinsky tackles a very important topic of water, the origin of life, related to survival itself. His film…

Trashed

If you haven’t watched ‘Trashed‘ (2012), the award-winning environmental documentary created by Jeremy Irons, featured in the official selection of Festival de Cannes (2012) and screened at the UK parliament, you should do it right now. Not only does the film shock and inform about the current state of affairs with waste around the world,…

The Story of Pulau Redang

My photography has always been inspired by the interdisciplinary discourse of ecological economics and contemporary environmental thought. Both of these areas constitute a significant part of my professional life and therefore for me the practice of photography and ecological economics are very much intertwined. Ever since the publication of ‘Limits to Growth’, the economists, social…