Simon Móricz-Sabján (Budapest, Hungary), a 39-year old award-winning photojournalist and documentary photographer, loves to develop his personal projects, working on photo essays for years in some cases. May it be a social issue or just everyday stories, his main focus is the human being and his surroundings.
The Borsos Family is a long-term, ongoing project that narrates the story a family of eight members living in the village of Csanytelek, Hungary. The everyday life and the problems of the family perfectly reflect the problems of eastern Hungary. The main income of the family is the state aid for each child, altogether 460 USD per month. The bonds between parents and children however, are much stronger than the problems they face, despite living within the limits set by poverty.