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In November 2013 Kosovans went to the polls in local elections. In the northern part of the city of Mitrovica – where the population is predominantly pro-Serb, tensions were high. Although the Serbian government was encouraging people to participate in the elections there was a small extreme element calling for a boycott. This group ultimately attacked 3 polling stations on election day and forced a reballot. This photograph, taken a week before the election, shows people in the northern part of Mitrovica going about their daily business.

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In addition to photography David works with cultural heritage and international development as a marketing and market research consultant, his focus being on countries or regions that are living with, or have been affected by conflict. His most recent projects have taken him to Kosovo and Kenya.

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