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Published on 31/10/2017
Greenpeace is hosting an exhibition of my photographs on ecological farming and portraits of farmers at the Nairobi National Museum this weekend (30th July - 3rd August). The aim is to showcase farmers practicing ecological agriculture in the face of climate change. A gallery of some of my photographs can be viewed at http://www.greenpeace.org/africa/en/campaigns/Ecological-Farming-in-Afri...
Published on 31/10/2017
After just 48 hours at Reilly's Rock, you may believe that you've been transported to a fairy tale or into a historical novel. Join me in this secret garden in Mlilwane, Swaziland. Wild 31 Magazine is out now. A weekend in Swaziland's wild garden - My recent story on a weekend at Reilly's Rock in Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary. In winter the botanical garden is alive with blooming aloes, while small antelope like suni and red duiker nose around in the undergrowth. After
Published on 31/10/2017
“You would never know that 8 weeks before this photograph (was taken), this tiny girl was at death’s door,” Dr Sarah Cusick. I took this photograph at the Mulago Clinic in Kampala for the University of Minnesota Foundation’s exhibition on children’s health. Little did I know the powerful impact it would have on the doctors that cared for her and the UMF staff. If you are moved by the scene before you, people will feel it when they look at the photograph. More information on UMF’s work on...
Published on 31/10/2017
February 2015 - on assignment for Greenpeace, documenting the lives of small scale farmers in Africa. Greenpeace is campaigning for agriculture that is good for the planet and people. Healthy food grown with the environment — not against it. Farming that helps cope with climate change. It is a privilege to be part of their team and making photographs that will support farming for the future . Quick facts about agriculture: Ten corporations control nearly 70 percent of the world's seed market...
Published on 31/10/2017
I sat in a coffee shop in Charlottesville waiting for Joel Sartore. Laptop flashing my portfolios laid bare … my heart thudding faster than a Grand National winner. Joel arrived and we talked photograhy and photographers. 20 minutes later Joel said “I will mentor you if you want.” This, from a National Geographic heavyweight is a dream come true. The road to success in my field is long and tumultuous; the photography industry is ruthless. But, I believe a steady combination of talent,...
Published on 31/10/2017
I was awarded the Helge Hummelvoll Scholarship for MPW66, the Missouri Photo Workshop. “Your experience at the workshop was intense and special because that is most what you needed...You will continue to grow.” Melissa Farlow. Platte City threw its doors wide open and 44 photographers from all corners of the U.S. and 14 foreign lands walked through, exploring and documenting the stories they found. While the mayor handed out ceremonial keys to the city, community members not only opened their...
Published on 31/10/2017
LOOKbetween 2014 Celebrating the vision of photographers, igniting conversations about critical issues, fostering the next generation of artists. Charlottesville, Virginia. In February I was nominated and selected to attend LOOKbetween 2014. This was a dream come true and the biggest accolade of my career in photography. LOOK3 brought over 100 emerging photographers and photography professionals from around the world to a farm in Virginia. From Bangladesh to Brazil, from California to New York...

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