We headed off with the men to round up the horses before night fall. Here you can see one of the sons riding bare-back towards us, skillfully guiding the horse at full pace.
The magnificent ruins of the Sydoriv Castle, while still huge on the surrounding landscape, it is nothing compared to what it must have been like when construction finished in the 1600’s
During the summer months, before the sun rises over the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia, the many shepherd camps scattered throughout the region are bustling with activity.
I’d like you to meet Thomas. In Malawi, where 80% of the population works in agriculture, Thomas is one of the workers.
These images from my time in the DR Congo we are preparing for an exhibition with Focus Congo later this year in Germany.
Here is another potential image for my upcoming exhibition. In a tiny, dirt floored wooden hut in Bukavu, Congo, this man was working with his son to make shoes
I love those moments when kids just want to be with you. Every where I travel, the longest lasting – and the best – memories are of the people I meet and get to know.
The Azeri shepherds in this camp high in the Caucus Mountains of Georgia have been coming from their village up to the mountains every summer for longer than any of them can remember
Saturday mornings gives families an opportunity to come to the temple and spend time with their sons. From a young age, these boys are in the process of training to
The “Buffalo Incident” – While shooting in Durbar Square, Nepal, with the amazing Dinadi team in Kathmandu, we mixed, fashion, culture, photography and a dead buffalo. Intrigued yet?