Canon 5D, 300mm, 1/250 @ f5.6, ISO 1250
I shot this picture in 2006 whilst on a 4 week trip through the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.
Bhutan can be a complicated country in which to travel since, as a visitor you are required to take a guided tour as your means of travel through the kingdom. Of cou
Two years ago I made a film with a Nenets family in Yamal Peninsula, Siberia.
The idea was to travel with them and their herd of reindeer for 3 weeks as part of their 1500km yearly migration.
We chose December as the time to do this because we were advised that this would be the harshest time of th
This is 12 year old Ethiopian mountain farmer, Dereje (pronounced Derejay). He was the main character in a BBC film that I worked on a while back.
His family's farm is located high in the Semien Mountains where they grow barley on the locality's steep sloping hillsides.
As the family’s crops near h
A few years ago after a short assignment in Los Angeles, me and the missus rented a soft top and made a 3 week road trip through California and Nevada.
With no fixed itinerary we had a rough plan to drive up to San Fransisco along the costal road and then cut across into Nevada and make our way bac
Home is where the harp is
I am sitting in a remote mud hut discussing 'Big Brother'. Next to me an open fire radiates its welcoming orange cast, tinging all but the brilliant whites of the scene outside, trees freshly dusted with an icy coat of late January powder. Today, unusu
Interesting fact: People that live on boats get 'land sickness' when they come onto land.
These Bajau children I met off the coast of Sabah, Malayasia are no exception. Living permanently on boats, their family claims no nationality and they have no passports. They move around the ocean along wi
I've been following the geographical movements of people for many years as part of the work I do. In the last five years especially, I have joined many migrations & pilgrimages across the world as part of a wider project on the subject.
I believe that the urge to travel is deeply etched within in
The Spoils of War
On day three of my trip across the Arctic Circle with a small group of vintage aeroplanes, we knew that we would be flying near to an abandoned US airforce base at a place called Ikateq in Eastern Greenland, commonly known as Bluie East Two.
Everyone was worried that the runway wo