As the Internet links our planet and technology transforms our daily lives, traditional societies around the world are vanishing. In 2002, I began working on a photographic project, Home in Another Place: Journeys into the Jewish Diaspora, to visually record Jewish communities that are in danger of extinction. These communities have their roots in Ancient Babylonian, Persian, Ashkenazi, and Sephardic heritages. For over 2,000 years, Jews have migrated to many different areas, from the far reaches of the Manchurian border to North Africa. This project, addresses the issues of who will survive after years of oppression, poverty and ultimately emigration. Working with a medium format camera, I traveled to nearly a dozen countries, seeking out overlooked Jewish communities in Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Cuba, Georgia, Greece, India, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. I witnessed what emigration was doing to these once-vital communities — turning many of them into ghost villages, fragments of their former selves.