We met Nathan Gibson through his work photographing Rudi Zygadlo. He sent over these fantastic photographs with the following explanation.

“I’ve always been very reactive to the places I live and at times have found myself moving around on a fairly regular basis. These images were made during a period of time when I was going backwards and forwards between Scotland and Russia and I think it would be fair to consider these as some of my most purely autobiographical photographs.

A lot of these pictures were shot on an old broken soviet era Zenit that I bought for twenty odd bucks in Ekaterinburg on one hazy, dusty summer trip and everything shown here was developed and printed lovingly by hand before digitising. It’s a process that I sadly barely use these days so looking at these images now is almost doubly like peeking through the window of a time machine.”