In November 2011, I spent a brief period with 1st Battalion (HQ) Karen National Defence Organisation (KNDO) in a remote jungle camp on the Burmese side of the Salaween river. I documented these fierce and resolute people who have been fighting the Myanmar dictatorship since 1948.
In 2011 Bangkok was submerged after months of heavy rains and the city ground to a halt. I submitted a number of images for the BBC including this one which shows the extent of the flooding. Thousands of city dwellers were evacuated out of the city and people took to homemade boats.
Saalva kiir is the president of the worlds newest nation. In February 2012 I was asked by Channel 4 to assist in the production of an investigative documentary about living in this impoverished but hopeful nation. I had the fortune to meet a number of influential personalities as well as the President including Hollywood actor George Clooney who is involved in the satellite Sentinel project which uncovers atrocities in North and South Sudan.
As part of the ISAF inAfghanistan i documented the mission set to 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment, who as Regional Command South Manoeuvre Support group, had one of the most varied and interesting roles in the Afghan theatre of war. This involved raids against Taliban strongholds, Peace support roles and stability operations, supporting the fragile government.
In collaboration with the Guinness Book of Records and British musician Charlie Simpson, I led a team into the depths of Siberia to Oymyakon, the coldest inhabited place of earth to play a music concert. Random: Yes. Cold: Yes.
The Silk Road has captured the fascination of historians, geographers and storytellers for centuries. In 2004 I spent 5 months hitchhiking from the UK, through some of the most dangerous countries on earth, to India. Afghanistan was just one remarkable stopover. This is the subject of my first book, Eastern Approaches.
Madagascar is the world's fourth largest island and home to the legendary Lemur, but with 90% of the original rainforest now gone- destroyed by mankind, these animals are almost extinct. I wrote about conservation efforts after an expedition to become the first team to walk across the Island.