Jeff Hahn is a London-based photographer who is of Swiss-Chinese descent. In his series Port Yarin he images a town called Port Yarin where everyone is racially mixed.
“Yarin means ‘Tomorrow’ in Turkish,” Hahn explains. “They say that in 50 years we’re all going to look Brazilian. This is kind of a catalogue of what we might look like in the future. There are five countries that are in between Europe and Asia,” he continues, I wanted to create this fictional town that’s a home to all the people who don’t belong.”