Photographer "Boogie" has been documenting street life, gang violence, and crime in marginalised communities for two decades.
By the time Wulan Mayastika was born, Gun Jack had already served a short prison sentence for accidentally killing a man during a brawl at a local pool hall.
After being convicted of 162 charges, the scion of a bygone era in organized crime—whom I got to know as he did time in a San Francisco jail—could be done for good.
Today, drug cartels and Latin American gangs are run by a type of criminal described by journalist Ioan Grillo as "part CEO, part terrorist, and part rock star." We spoke to the reporter about his new book documenting the rise of these super criminals.
Tanayah Sam was about to be charged for armed robbery, before skipping bail and heading to Yemen to study Islam – a decision that saved his life.
"What's happening in Ukraine now matters to criminals from Bogotá to Beijing."
He's especially fond of "exposing" Hell's Angels.
Photographing the Mexican gangsters who went back to Michoacán.