In addition to my street photography in Budapest, I also have a collection of images taken inside the Gang (gangway apartment; the word “gang” refers to the common hallway that connects several apartments, which is a common feature of Hungarian apartment buildings), where I eventually purchased a small 30-square-meter flat. This building was located in one of the worst districts of Budapest, and was a microcosm of the city’s diverse community. I knew almost everyone who lived there, and each person had their own unique story. It was a personal project for me to photograph the people who called this ghettoish neighborhood home. Purchasing this flat was a very big thing for me, and I lived there for more than 6 years before we moved to Sweden.