I live in beautiful Tasmania and spend most of my time happily tending to the needs of my husband and four children. In my less frantic moments, I write and take photographs, which is something I have done a good deal of ever since working in a war zone in the early 1990’s and deciding I had to capture my experiences in both images and words.
I take photos of whatever catches my eye, but I have an especial interest in capturing the underlying mood of a scene. I am fascinated by how traces of the past linger in the present and hope that, like a good book, my photos inspire the imagination rather than dictate every little detail.
Thank-you for visiting my page and for any comments you may choose to leave – it is much appreciated! I prefer to reciprocate when people leave comments (rather than saying thank-you over and over again), so be assured that if you take an interest in my work I will likewise have a look at yours. Feel free to bubblemail me with any questions or requests.
I also have a personal website: http://mishkagora.com
You can read more about my book ‘Fragments of War’ on my blog.