It’s a measure of the greatest sister in the world, that she should get up at 4am on her day off … just for me. Continue reading “Misty Sunrise”
Sandwiched between every airport goodbye and hello are millions of family members who cope with living apart. Continue reading “Dry Eyes”
How do people in Indian cities take ‘time-out’?
With this collection of images, taken in India, I explore the reality that, what for me is an extra-ordinary sight, is for my subjects just an ordinary day.
Travel expands the mind and fills the gap
The individuals I photograph on my travels don’t benefit from my presence, not in an immediate sense anyway. In fact, there’s potential for harm to them if I damage their landscape or use my images inappropriately. So I walk that edge of privilege and responsibility in observing the lives of people from different cultures. Continue reading “Living on the Edge”
Three images I took at a Vietnam fishing village made me stop and ponder.
Sunday market for the Flower Hmong in North Vietnam is quite an event. I wanted to capture the colour and intense atmosphere of the mass of people. Positioning myself in one spot, I waited for something more to happen alongside two women engrossed in conversation …
The temperatures in Vietnam were intense … until the rain broke the stifle and gave me an opportunity to photograph the reaction of the village children.
Take the colour from my Holi photographs and what do you see? Crowds and Congestion, yes, but also Celebration and Camaraderie.