Tehran, the capital of Iran, home to the one of the oldest civilizations with a population of 13 million.
Berlin, the capital of Germany, with a rich and storied history and population of 3.5 million.
These two cities have vastly different cultures, religions, topography, and landscapes.
During my time spent living in both as an Iranian-born photographer, these cities have revealed unlikely and unexpected compositions. Perhaps major metropolitan centres, world-wide, are more alike than we tend to realize.
Pegah Redjai Sani. Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer / Graphic Designer
Lives and works in Berlin, London and Tehran