My background as a photographer started in the early 90s working as a picture sub-editor on the London Picture Desk of Reuters News Agency. It was an eventful time to be involved in the news: the first Gulf War had just started, the situation in Somalia was taking a turn for the worst and in England, the Poll Tax Riots were in all the headlines. My four years with Reuters remain some of the very best of my life, working with and learning from some of the best photojournalists in the world.
After traveling through Russia and the Ukraine, followed by Southern Sudan (as it was then known), a supposedly short stint in Bosnia Herzegovina, in 1994, lasted for two years. That led to Africa, the continent where I have remained for the last 20 years, Botswana first and now Tanzania where I live on a coffee farm on the slopes of Kilimanjaro.
Here I work as a commercial and documentary photographer and videographer. My documentary work has been commissioned by the World Food Programme, UNFAO, IFAD, WaterAid, SightSavers, IRIN.org, CODE Canada as well as other international NGOs with projects throughout East Africa (and India). Other photographic assignments include promotional photography for safari camps and lodges throughout East Africa. I am also a contributing photographer for Getty Images.