City of Ghosts combines architectural photography and street photography. City of Ghosts discusses both the permanence of the city and the constant social, political and financial changes in it. It also looks into architecture and the fleeting nature of human life.
As the first set of City of Ghosts images looked into the beauty of older architecture and anonymity of its denizens, the second volume looks more into the role of new glass towers in old neighborhoods and their impact on the city and life in it.
Livability is a crucial issue in a city of constant change. Geographical constrains of real estate city and their impact on ordinary peoples' lives are in the center of my attention here.
City of Ghosts shows where I come from in terms of looking at landscape / cityscape as a wide concept of place of identity.