After several trips to Asia in early 2006, Peter committed himself to living out of two rucksacks and working as a freelance professional. Much of his subsequent work was commissioned by leading non-governmental organisations
In 2007 Peter agreed to undertake a study of climate refugees in the Sundarbans region of India. The trip opened his eyes to the scale of change the planet is undergoing due to global warming. Subsequent trips to climate hotspots helped shape Peter’s views on the human impact of climate change and this has been the main focus of his photographic journey ever since.
His photography has appeared in many publications worldwide, including The Sunday Times Magazine, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Marie Claire, Esquire and Le Figaro. His monochrome portraits of leprosy victims were exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery in London
Currently, Peter is working with a digital H5D 50c Hasselblad often with mobile lighting