Ejupi left wartorn Kosovo for London in the late 1990’s. Ejupi‘s work focusses on conflicted identities and the culture of migration. His main medium is film; he uses a handheld camera, direct interviews and raw footage to achieve a simple, compelling narrative highlighting his astute social observations. His other work has investigated the impossibility of separating art from life and how doing so contributes to the shaping of our vision of society. In his latest project, he aims to draw attention to the way animals are perceived and mistreated in developing societies and during times of conflict.