A Beach in Zanzibar

April 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
A photographer's field notes from Zanzibar..
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I was working on a story...

November 18, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I was working on a story about the plight of women accessing pre-natal care in South Sudan and out of the blue, I saw an expectant mother whose appearance drew my eye. She was sitting on a short wall bordering the clinic’s veranda. She was leaning on a metal pole and her arms were holding on to it, reaching behind as if to provide some relief to he...
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Starting Out & Teaching

April 22, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I started making pictures at the age of 17 with a second or third hand Minolta SLR camera, an all mechanical, brass-bodied, manual, match-needle model. At the time, I had received no formal training. I had just enjoyed the good fortune of working in the Olympic Committee photo lab during the summer Olympics one year. This gave me the opportunity to...
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Assignment Photographer

April 08, 2014  •  3 Comments
After so many years of telling myself that I had absolutely nothing to say in a blog, I finally relented. I realised that it wasn’t so much that I had nothing to say. It was more of a case that I really didn’t know whom to share it with… I’m an assignment photographer, in real terms this means I take commissions or assignments from clients. I spec...
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