South African-born photographer John Thackwray has come up with a project to show how the lives of the same generation people from around the world differ because of the place they were born in.
He’s spent more than 6 years documenting the bedrooms of over one thousand of the millennial generation people (born in the 80s and 90s) from 55 countries. The result is a photo series John calls My Room Project, which aims to capture and compare the different values, points of view and aspirations of a single generation.
The photographer also interviews the participants to get their opinions about various topics including lifestyle, local issues, education, religion, love, and many more. All of which you’ll be able to find in his book that’s already available for pre-order on his website.
#1 Manyatta, Kenya, Ezekiel, 22-Year-Old Warrior
#2 Dallas, USA, Ben, 22-Year-Old Film Student
#3 Tehran, Iran, Elahe, 29-Year-Old Painter
#4 Zhambyl, Kazakhstan, Zhalay, 18-Year-Old High School Student
#5 Kathmandu, Nepal, Pema, 22-Year-Old Buddhism Student
#6 Istanbul, Turkey, Gulle
#7 Kingston, Jamaica, Camille
#8 Bucharest, Romania, Andreea, 24-Year-Old Civil Engineer
#9 Paris, France, Joseph, 30-Year-Old Artist
#10 Tokyo, Japan, Ryoko, 25-Year-Old Information Technology Engineer
#11 Berlin, Germany, Maja, 22-Year-Old Architecture Student
#12 Beirut, Lebanon, Sabrina, 27-Year-Old Kindergarten Teacher
#13 Dali, China, Yuan, 22-Year-Old Salesperson
#14 Saint Catherine, Egypt, Mohamed, 18-Year-Old Student Of Traditional Medicine
#15 La Paz, Bolivia, Marcello, 18-Year-Old High School Student