From 1990 through 2006 Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert photographed the Roma gypsy camp of Sintesti, Romania, documenting their lives and traditions.

His photographs encapsulate a period of dramatic change in the camp, as the inhabitants leave behind the dark period of the Communist years and embark on a fast track to material wealth and new opportunities.

The camp has changed from one of humble homes and traditional tents, horses and carts, to one where new wealth (made by dealing in scrap metal) is spent on all things material-- building fantasy homes and buying Porsche cars with cash.

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