Whilst doing my master’s degree (MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography) at London College of Communication, which I have just graduated from, I became fascinated by the rich history of Greenwich and started exploring themes of time, ancestry and memory within the borough I live through...

There are 11 inner city farms open for free to the public in London, each one providing an oasis of calm and a chance for escapism from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the city, as well as an opportunity to socialise...

Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in Africa. Due to some archeological findings, Ethiopia is considered the origin of humanity. The country was home to the ancient civilisations of Axum and Lalibela. 

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This body of images presents the (early) beginnings of a photography project documenting traditional livelihoods in India that are intrinsically linked with the environment and that are undergoing major changes or shifts.

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This photo essay documents a trip made by UK firefighters, land managers, and researchers, to participate in a "Technical Fire Management" training course in Catalonia led by the GRAF bombers ('bombers' being Catalan for fire fighter), Catalonia's highly skilled forest fire fighters....

Allahabad’s Well of Death riders who risk life and limb daily to earn money at local melas (fairs) by driving cars and motorcycles inside a temporary cylindrical structure about 25 feet high and 30 feet across. The cars are held in the air by centripetal...

In many Asian and African countries, parents allow their children to go with a family friend or relative to work in an hotel or as a domestic maid believing they will be looked after, fed, clothed, go to school and send money home.

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'Artisans' documents traditional crafts, and Malcolm Tysoe Ltd are a traditional music shop specializing in violins, violas and cellos. I was welcomed by Dante Zufolo who demonstrated some of the techniques used to restore instruments which can be a very time consuming and delicate process....

Mawa Langa was specially created for children in Malawi. In a country with only a 1% prevalence rate of HIV amongst children aged 5-12, this age group has been called a 'window of hope'....

With its weary machinery, cumbersome management and inevitable delays, the Uhuru (or Freedom) Railway doesn’t inspire much pride these days.

It wasn’t always so.

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