Delivering emergency aid: Expectation and reality

Delivering emergency aid: Expectation and reality

What does an international crisis really look like?

Unasked questions, unspoken answers

Unasked questions, unspoken answers

A day inside a war-zone hospital.

“It was all burned, burned to ash”

“It was all burned, burned to ash”

I’ve heard many tough stories, but arguably none tougher than this one.

A year without hope: Nyabel’s story

A year without hope: Nyabel’s story

“The situation just forces you to move. You just have to.”

Going back: a South Sudanese refugee’s story

Going back: a South Sudanese refugee’s story

What would make you return to your war-torn homeland?

Beyond The Wire

Beyond The Wire

A special little film about what it really means to be ‘connected’.

The forgotten crisis

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 […]

Connected.

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 […]

Tangio tumas

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 […]

The little camera that could

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 […]

Three years on an island

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, […]

Trailing Ho Chi Minh

“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 […]