Remains of a bygone era, or how to find an anti-nuclear shelter.
For security reasons, most information about the site was top secret and the town itself was closed to foreigners.
Albania is one of the few countries where you can still find gems of Communist-era aviation left where they served.
Inside the process of decommissioning (and photographing) the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant
An unusual story tainted by radiation
Another trip to the unknown regions of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
How while pretending to be drug dealers, we became actual marijuana traffickers.
Extremely interesting, tragic history of the Aral Sea and shipwrecks found there
Extraordinary photos of DUGA over the horizon radar
The Sarcophagus and some of the other most radioactive (and inaccessible) places in Chernobyl.
The amazing story of the palace in the middle of the Wadi Rum desert. Who lived there and why it was abandoned?
Fukushima 8 years on
Some visit this place for the breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji, others for the Suicide Forest lying at its foot
The incredible story of the space shuttles deteriorating in an abandoned hangar in Kazakhstan.
Belarusian equivalent of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
A unique photobook documenting the tragic consequences of the Chernobyl & Fukushima nuclear disasters
What do the USA and the USSR have in common with Angola? The largest African battle since the Second World War.
Return to the radioactive zone in Fukushima and the next dose of new information and unique photographs.
A story of 28-year-old man who claims that he travelled illegally around Fukushima’s ‘no-go’ zones.
Radioactive Fukushima Zone. Abandoned towns and buildings. Would it be something similar to Chernobyl?
Flying, filming, Buriakivka and the nuclear power plant – The Zone in 4K part 2
Snow, frost, hoarfrost and white trees – I wanted to return to the most popular places and photograph them in a winter aura.
Kolmanskop – treasure hidden in the sand.
Expedition to the abandoned city on the island in Angola.
TVN24 ran a report called “A LAST LOOK AT CHERNOBYL”, about my project “The Zone 4K”
Film project “The Zone in 4K” – film documentation of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone at a new standard of TV and film resolution.
Sunrise in Pripyat? Why not! It’s finally time to greet the city at the break of day.
The autumn photo essay from the zone will not be as exciting as the previous one. The film is finished, so I’ve come back to the beginning. To photography.
Many thanks to the purchasers of Alone 1 for demonstrating their trust in me. I did not expect there to be so many of you would order the 2nd part of the film so quickly.
Two years of my life. Five trips to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Weeks of trying to get authorisations and permits. Finally “Alone in the Zone 2” is completed.
Isn’t it strange to go to Chernobyl for the May holiday? – I ask myself, waiting to cross the Polish-Ukrainian border.
History of the helicopters and pilots participating in the liquidation of the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster.
The expedition around Africa. The search for the lost tribes and making the studio photo sessions with them.
A visit to the Block 4, Rosocha, Buriakivka, helicopter flight and a history of DUGA radar.
Communism, propaganda, Lenin and an interview with a former resident of Pripyat.
Montage, music composing and creation of special effects that is behind the scenes of Alone in the Zone.
A documentary about the Chernobyl Zone filmed only with the camera mounted on a helmet.
Omo Valley and churches carved in rocks. A new photography project in Ethiopia.
Where the history changed its course – visit to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. And for a dessert trailer!
Victory Day on the top of the Moscow Eye…
A short reportage from the expedition dedicated to a new film production.
New projects, new challenges and a movie. A flu epidemic gratis!
50-thousand city. City whose entire population had to leave their homes in one evening. Forever.