His serene, yet melancholy landscapes seem to betray their violent history in their silence. Many of his images investigate cultures (and landscapes) still healing from the underlying scars of war and consequential human suffering: images taken on a train ride to Auschwitz, photographs of war-torn buildings in Sarajevo, or of the lingering resonance of the bombing of Hiroshima during World War II. His human subjects present living histories of triumph and suffering: the video Will You Dance For Me? (2011), is a portrait of the aging Czech-born dancer, Yehudith Arnon, who was imprisoned in Auschwitz when she was 19 years old and forced to stand in the snow after refusing to dance at an SS Christmas party. She committed the rest of her life to dance, and though frail, rocks back-and-forth in her rocking chair in the video.