Globe trotter. Traveller. Amateur Photographer. Professional.
Welcome to my site. I’m lucky. Day in and day out, travel is part of my profession. Having grown up with photography, I have captured my experiences and travels through photographs. There are many amazing professional photographers who manage to make a living from their trade. That’s not the case with me.
As a problem solver, team builder, and implementer. I work with governments in emerging markets. Finding practical, manageable and simple solutions to their day to day challenges. From East Africa to South Asia. I work with leaders in government to confront challenging questions that impact the lives of millions. Building teams and generating consensus to allow governments to meet these challenges.
Through my photos, I hope to capturing a small slice of the world as I see it. Day in. Day out. Imperfect, complex, messy. But a much better and kinder place than we’re often inclined to believe.
My gear I’m a former Nikon photographer. I loved my D7000 and lens. But, all too often the weight of the camera and lenses was just too much for me to carry on a work trip. With the rise of mirrorless cameras, I’ve transitioned to Fuji XT-1. I won’t be going back, sorry Nikon. Not only is its smaller, more compact, easier to travel with. It handles brilliantly, taking crisp photos and weighting half as much.