My friend Phil wrote to me from Kirkuk, he's researching this story on the Arab-Kurd situation. It's slow going, but he summarises it all with one sentence. No one wants to compromise, there's a low level war already underway and things could get more dangerous in a year or two. All sort of grim. For months now he has wanted to get a photo agency together. It's a collaborative effort between … [Read more...] about Makoto – A New Kind Of Photographic Agency
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When not working, my other projects are self-funded. My trip into Syria was one such trip. If any of my work inspires you, and you would like to help out, please click the donate button. Or you can send me Bitcoins to: 15PiqJUsFzGu2cUEh7Rg8QmSYyhdpbMAjb Or why not send me a gift from my Amazon Wishlist Medecins Sans Frontieres is my chosen charity .Thanks for … [Read more...] about Support
Iraqi Refugees in Jordan (update)
It's the beginning of my fourth full day here in Amman, Jordan and I feel I have hardly stopped. Friday is a holiday like the west's Sunday here so while we catch up on a little sleep I have sacrificed an extra hour to try to get a few words down on the blog. On my arrival into the country I was to meet my friend Phil Sands. He is a friend from about five years back, where we both worked on a … [Read more...] about Iraqi Refugees in Jordan (update)
World Wide Listeners.
As I sit here in little ol' England I am pleased to say there have been people listening to my podcast from afar afield as:Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Chile, China, Colombia, Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Iceland, … [Read more...] about World Wide Listeners.