What does an international crisis really look like?
A day inside a war-zone hospital.
I’ve heard many tough stories, but arguably none tougher than this one.
For a few months in 2014, I was lucky enough to work in the world’s newest country, South Sudan. My role was essentially to gather stories and photos for CARE International from […]
If things have seemed a bit quiet on here for the past while, it’s not because I’ve been sitting on my hands. A few months back I joined the team […]
About a year ago, I put out a book called SOLO: life in the Solomon Islands. Publishing SOLO gave me a chance to pull together some of my photos from the 900+ islands […]
Many photographers are obsessed with gear. They love comparing lenses, focal lengths, apertures and all manner of technical specs. But I tend to get overwhelmed trawling through forum after forum […]
A little over three years ago, I was given what I now understand was a sort of Golden Ticket to an extraordinary experience. Taking a job in the Solomon Islands, […]
“A deserted ribbon of perfection, one of the best coast roads in the world…” These are the sort of words you’d expect for roads around the French Riviera, or even Australia’s […]