The first child of Eva and Peter - a boy - was born in a hospital three years ago. After the government accepted the law of home giving birth the couple decided to give birth their next child at home. The new law that controls all the circumstances, and oblige the midwifes to having own operating permit generated a really hard debate about the right of self-determination, and it is still and issue.
In 2012 around 50 people lived in a Budapest suburb forest, in huts near to Terebes utca. Vali and Albi lived there for the longest time - 16 years. In 2012 summer the local municipality decided to destroy the huts - as they said - the forest is for tourists, and for sport and recreation. A civil organization, A város mindenkié (The City Is For All) stood up for Albi and Vali and for their companions in distress. In 2013 they got a a social rent from the local vice major that they had to renovate. During the past months tenth of volunteers helped them to do it. Few weeks ago, they finally moved in the small house.
My photoreportage of Mother, Ildikó Hüvösvölgyi and daughter, Zsofia Kisfaludy prepare for the great 30th jubilee of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats. In 1983 the mother was in palying the role of Rumpleteazer and now the daughter going to be Bombalurina as her debut.