In the mountains of Georgia, 20km north of the Turkish border is the small village of Agara. Predominantly a country of Christian Orthodox, the Muslim villagers had managed to carve out an identity for themselves even during the Soviet Union - and yet, the isolation and alienation of the villagers has always been an issue. Now under 200 people live in the village, and their way of life is slowly fading away.

After finishing their studies in the village, many of the youth choose to move toward the inner-cities for work and a more modern way of life. Those who stay behind, live off the land, as their parents and grandparents did - most having to work in Turkey in seasonal jobs to suppliment their incomes.

This projects explores the nomadic lives of those who chose to stay behind and documents a dissapearing way of life.