Simon Crofts worked as a lawyer in Russia for seven years in the wild days of the 90's when the Soviet Union had just collapsed, and later moved to Poland for a further six years. His photography traces personal and family relationships in the Russia and Ukraine, and connections with Russo-Ukrainian literature, music and history. He studied law at Oxford University, and learned to speak fairly fluent Russian and bad Polish. His wife is Polish photographer Sylwia Kowalczyk.
Posted on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
Confluence of the Rogue and Illinois Rivers, 2006
Carretera México, 2007
The Emptiness Left by a Denial of the Use for which it was Intended, 2007
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