University of the Arts London graduate Jordi Ruiz Cirera has won a Deutsche Bank Award for Creative Enterprises for his incredible documentary photography of the Mennonites, a group of people who arrived in Bolivia during the fifties from Canada, Mexico or Belize, to live an archaic lifestyle of isolation.
"Nowadays in Bolivia, there are more than fifty thousand Mennonites, or Menonos, as they are called here [in Bolivia], although the exact number is difficult to know as many of them are living unregistered or with foreign passports. They still live as their ancestors did on the S.XVI Germany, without cars, electricity, telephone, and extremely isolated from the local community."
Jordi is the lucky recipient of £10,000 and one year of business mentoring from Deutsche Bank to help him develop his creative ideas.
See more of his work here