In the wake of the Cold War many Eastern European countries commenced a vigorous reconstruction of their national identity. For numerous countries, formally allied with the Soviet Union, it was expressed through at times dramatic ruptures with their past and renewed aspirations for self-determination or integration in a greater European project as well as NATO. Western powers quickly proclaimed themselves “victors” and approached the changing global landscape as a zero-sum game - arguably giving rise to a number of conflicts in the Caucasus.
Documenting the ultimate expression of tradition and a spectacle of the inherent need to marry belief with identity in the midst of conflict.
Photo essay about the destructive symbiosis between the people and the ore along the manganese trail.
A series of portraits of people and their life following the the two waves of displacement.
The personal account of a local cardiologist in Tserovani, where hope is found in the void between now and tomorrow.
Snapshots of women at the forefront of a slow economic, social and political reconstruction.
was conducted during deployment to the European Union Monitoring Mission (EUMM). Fallckolm was based in Mtskheta as a Human Security Monitor between 2017-2018.