Mar 15

The Documentary Photographer

Balkan Storytelling Experiences

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Documenting = Memories = Documenting

In this episode I talk to David Harmes, a Canadian, who at the age of 22, was a Documentary Photographer for the Red Cross in 1993’s war torn Croatia, experiencing the effects of conflict and Dodging Mines.

He came back to the region some 16 years later and this time was thrown out of one of them.

It’s quite the story.

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Osijek - Croatia -1993.

Just a few of the images from David’s time in Osijek in 1993.

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