Dima Gavrysh is a blast from my agency past, one of many photographers who I ran into through being at my day job, ClampArt. Dima has a completely and wonderfully different photojournalism life than that with which I associate him. Graduating from Rhode Island School of Design in 2012, Dima has been photographing multiple projects around the globe, including collaborations with Doctors Without Borders and the United Nations Population Fund. Dima has also been embedded several times with the US Army in Afghanistan. Here are some of his Soldiers of Zerok, "a portrait series exploring personalities of the US soldiers stationed at a remote combat outpost on the Afghan-Pakistani border."
All images © Dima Gavrysh