In the footsteps of the "Black Mambas"
The Second Lines of New Orleans
And God ordained the woman
The Kashmiri 'half-widows'
A Nomad Identity
Those of the 5th Sotnia
Panem et Circences
Queens of the asphalt
The women miners of Breza
In the footsteps of the “Black Mambas”
In the footsteps of the "Black Mambas"

Far away from their families, patrolling nights and days and sleeping in camps with basic comfort, these women fight to preserve this invaluable natural heritage, and to encourage the next generations to take care of it.
They are the “Black Mambas”: the first all-female anti-poaching unit in South Africa. [dec. 2018]

The Second Lines of New Orleans
The Second Lines of New Orleans

Forget about Mardi Gras, the tourists and weeks of festivities. Forget about the Jazz Festival and the price of the tickets. On sunday in New Orleans, it’s the Second Lines you need to follow.

And God ordained the woman
And God ordained the woman

In Sweden, 40% of the priests are women, and they will soon be a majority.
Meet the religious women of modern times, a revolution in the Lutheran Church. [sept. 2017]

The Kashmiri ‘half-widows’
The Kashmiri 'half-widows'

In the conflict ridden valley of Kashmir, they’re called the half-widows. For many years, their husband have disappeared, sometimes without leaving a trace, sometimes arrested without any proof by the Indian army… [dec. 2010]

A Nomad Identity
A Nomad Identity

It’s the last day of the Games and, carried by its enthusiastic supporters, the Kyrgyz Kok Boru team is beating the Kazakh team. This game of the Central Asian kind of polo, where players fight for a goat carcass, is the crown of the Nomad Games, the most spectacular of the twenty three competitions held in six days. [sept. 2016]

Those of the 5th Sotnia
Those of the 5th Sotnia

I met those of the 5th Sotnia in an hostel overlooking Maidan Square, in january 2014. I followed them until the destitution of president Yanukovitch, in february of the same year. [jan-feb 2014]

Panem et Circences
Panem et Circences

Angola, the largest prison in the US, was notorious: a former slave plantation, it was long the most violent prison in the country. Yet for half a century, thousands of visitors enter the gates of the penitentiary to attend the “Wildest Rodeo in the South”. [april 2015]

Queens of the asphalt
Queens of the asphalt

In the notorious streets of jazzy New Orleans, their engines thunder like a brass band. The “Caramel curves” is the wildest biker club of the old south. [october 2017]

The women miners of Breza
The women miners of Breza

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the coal mines still run at full regime. And for about 30 years, in Breza, north of Sarajevo, women also go 200 to 300 meters underground. [nov. 2015]


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