A day spent photographing the men and women who craft some of the most beautiful cars in the world.
An inspiring assignment photographing and interviewing people affected by leukaemia for ELFs new fundraising campaign.
I provided compelling photography for Sightsavers Million Miracle Campaign as well as filming for the LIVE broadcast of Winesi’s cataract operation. Tension was high in the run up to the operation – would the LIVE broadcast from the theatre work and would Winesi’s operation be successful and provide him with a Miracle?
Last week I met Mr Winesi, who’s been blind for two years. He hasn’t seen his 18 month old grandson and struggles to remember what his wife looked like. I’ll be following his story LIVE as his sight is restored by a simple operation that only costs £30.
My brief was to capture the stunning Scottish locations and the lifestyle of an Aston Martin owner for Aston Martin’s Rapide S and Vanquish launch.
Chasing chickens and cows around the Devon countryside for an organic, free range Devon farm!
“Have you ever been attacked by a tiger?” was my favourite question asked by a six year old today at Kenton Primary School where I was giving a talk about my work as a photographer.
Nice to see one of the photos I took in South Sudan a few years ago still being used for a very important campaign by Save the Children
What a privilege to work with the talented team from Fieldcraft Studios on the first ever LIVE Google Hangout from the House of Lords to launch the public consultation of the Medical Innovation Bill spearheaded by Lord Saatchi.
Ten assignments, ten countries, ten photographers. A challenging photography project for UNESCO’s annual education report launched today.
The brief was to shoot reportage style photography that captured the spirit of the launch of Aston Martin’s two new cars – the Vanquish Volante and the V12 Vantage S.
The task was to increase communications skills, including good story telling, writing, taking better photos, making words and pictures work together, setting up assignments, interviewing skills, basic filming, media training, social media and blogging.
It’s that time of year again – time to burn the man in Black Rock City, Nevada, USA, a city that springs up over night and becomes home to 60,000 residents for one week only.
On the 9 July the world’s newest country celebrates its first birthday. After four decades of war, the Republic of South Sudan won independence last year but a year on its people dreams of peace and prosperity lie in tatters.
Family planning isn’t just a lifestyle choice, children’s lives depend on it. Girls like Josephine, 16, pictured in Save the Children’s campaign don’t have access to contraception – and they certainly aren’t empowered to make that choice even if contraception is available.
The unremarkable looking moringa tree has become a frontline weapon to fight the recurring droughts that have hit the West African nation.
My brief from Save the Children International was to identify three countries that highlighted different malnutrition issues and commission film, photography and interviews in these countries.
The brief from Save the Children was to identify a country, then a specific town and to search out and set up compelling stories and all the necessary logistics for Today programme’s top journalist to visit over the course of a year.
A photo I took of a little three year old boy, Saguirou, who was recovering from severe malnutrition in Niger is used on posters for Save the Children’s hunger campaign.
When I read the headline ‘Sahel facing major food crisis’ in the Guardian this morning I thought for a minute I was reading an old article from 2010.
I’m always being asked by photographers ‘how do I get to work for NGOs?’ So I thought I’d put together my top ten tips – well thirteen actually. This isn’t a definitive guide but is based on my experience and opinion formed over 14 years of working in the industry.
The Guardian runs a series of photos that I shot in Bosaso, Puntland, in north-east Somalia depicting the impact on mothers and their children of the worst drought to hit the country in 60 years
It takes teams of dedicated people to get the vaccines to those children who need them most, those living in remote areas of some of the poorest countries in the world. Watch my film and meet these heroes!
I travelled with Sky News to southern Sudan to report on the trials and tribulations of getting vaccines to the most remote children to save them from killer diseases.
Over the years I’ve met and photographed many inspirational healthworkers – intent on saving lives, despite working in extremely challenging circumstances in some of the world’s poorest countries.
I’ve been extremely privileged in my time working as a photojournalist to have met incredible people from all around the world. The one place I haven’t reported on is the one right under my nose — the UK.
As southern Sudan prepares to become a new country my thoughts often turn to the women and children I met who were on their journey back to the south to start a new life.