Clary Estes is a documentary photographer from Central Kentucky who works internationally on stories about the human condition.
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Filmmaker
Skills:Research, Film Scanning, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Photo Editing
Nina's mother, Olga, holds Nina's son Pavel years after they have returned to Moldova.
The hardest memories for Nina are not, in fact, her memories from Russia, but her memories of her family's return to Moldova after her father's death, “What one can remember is what hurts one the most… when mother set us around the table, 7 souls (Nina’s mother, Olga returned to Moldova with her 7 children), who had no table, no place to sit around and eat and not much to eat anyway. She would cry, and that was the most painful for me. It's important that people never forget this and that justice will prevail.” Nina remembers how her mother would cry at her inability to provide for her children and as her children saw her cry, they would cry for their mother as well.