Matt Lutton’s 2010 Year in Pictures


I’m even later posting my year-end review than last year. I’ll blame my delay on the fact that the last two months have been very busy and productive. I think I’ve actually made some of my best and most important pictures lately. This week also marks my second anniversary of living in Belgrade and things are making a lot more sense. My work, both assignments and my personal projects, are coming along. Hopefully by the end of the year I will have a solid draft of my project “Only Unity”, which I hope to turn in to a book. It is about the Serbian relationship with history and the legacy of the idea of “Unity” in the Balkans. I’m also encouraging people to follow my tumblr page for the project.

Like Scott these pictures aren’t necessarily the best or the complete picture of the year, but they’re the ones I’ll remember it by.

Živeli to you all, especially my many friends around the Balkans who have helped me along the way, and thanks for following us on dvafoto. We look forward to sharing more through the coming year. Happy belated start to 2011.


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  2. Bryan says:

    Really gorgeous stuff, Matt.

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