A photography exhibition charting Jewish life in Scotland will open in Aberdeen next week.
Award-winning documentary maker Judah Passow travelled the length and breadth of the country – from Shetland to the Borders – documenting what it means to be both Scottish and Jewish in the 21st century.
His exhibition Scots Jews: Identity, Belonging and the Future, captures a variety of people from the community, from kiltmakers to sheepfarmers.
Michael Mail, who is managing the exhibition and asked the world-renowned photographer to showcase his work in the north-east, said: “I was looking for a way to recognise and celebrate the story of the remarkable, yet little known, Scottish Jewish community – my community.
“When I came across Judah Passow’s photography, I immediately realised that he had the skill, sensitivity and artistry to take on this subject and create a truly memorable piece of work, which is precisely what Judah has achieved with Scots Jews.”
The exhibition will open at Aberdeen Central Library on Monday and run until December 30. A free introductory talk will also be held at 1pm on Monday.