I thought it was about time my website homepage had a makeover. Working with the ever-wonderful Jonny Messenger at Evolve Internet, I’ve freshened up the images and added a new gallery showcasing my work with international disaster relief agency, ShelterBox. … Continue reading
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Today, ShelterBox celebrates World Humanitarian Day. Being a Humanitarian simply means caring for other human beings and doing what you can to help. Below is a short video put together by the Communications team at ShelterBox International with footage I … Continue reading
I have an article on ShelterBox published in the latest edition of “Humaneity Magazine” It features images from several of my deployments, including Haiti, Indonesia, Brasil and Italy. Humaneity is an organisation aimed at people who want to “give back” … Continue reading
ShelterBox @ Bluesfest, Byron Bay.
Ex-Chairman receives Distinguished Service Award.
ShelterBox working tirelessly over the holiday season in The Philippines.
Here’s a copy of the newsletter I put together for ShelterBox Australia, it will give you a round-up of the year’s events, a year when ShelterBox has responded to 22 different disasters, from Japan to Libya, Madagascar to Ethiopia. … Continue reading
ShelterBox Australia took over Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall for the day yesterday with an eye-catching and informative display. Given the use of the performance area between 7.00am and 3.00pm, 2 relief tents were erected, along with displays of box contents, … Continue reading
Friend and ShelterBox colleague, Nicola Jones has been nominated for the Humanitarian Hero Award at Aidex 2011 for her longterm work in Haiti with Shelterbox. Nicola spent 16 months responding to the Haiti earthquake of February 2010, beginning in the Dominican … Continue reading
I’ve put together a slideshow of images shot on the journey from Addis Ababa to Dolo. We were pretty pressed for time so most of these are shot out of the window of a moving 4WD (not my favourite mode … Continue reading