It was never a case of if Gemma and I should visit Malawi, but more a case of when. So here we are in the Land of Smiles, and we intend on doing a fair bit of grinning over the next three months as we have one hell of a trip lined up.
Over the last few years my partner Gemma, filmmaker Chris Scarffe and I have travelled the world reporting on wildlife crises. This is our photographic journey through the last couple of years.
'Smiling' sharks, playful seals, and mysterious wrecks: Africa is home to some of the best diving in the world. Here are some of my photographs taken from around these shores over the last few years.
To celebrate a new and exciting Photographic Tour that Gemma and I will be leading in Madagascar this February, we'd like to share some of our images from a recent trip.
The last six months have been an exhausting, exhilarating and hectic period of exploration. I’ve bedded down in some cockroach-infested hellholes and have bush-camped in Namibia’s -5 degree deserts. Here's what I got up to on my road trip around Southern Africa.
Thousands of malnourished and thirsty elephants are in deep trouble in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park. Prolonged periods of drought and a myriad of other factors have pushed the animals to crisis point.
What makes a great national park, as opposed to merely a good one? For me it’s about three facets: diverse and plentiful wildlife, spectacular scenery, and a moderate number of tourists to share them with. Zambia's Lower Zambezi National Park has all three.
Just off the Cape Peninsula, close to the pretty bay of Simon’s Town, a short drive from Cape Town city lies an innocuous short stretch of ocean, home the broadnose sevengill shark, or cow shark.
A new TV series called Out on a Limb will follow double amputee Bushy McKelvey on a three-month adventure around Southern Africa.