Workflow….

Downloading, editing, charging and cleaning. The morning routine before heading back to the village of Ostapje. I’ve been spending the week making images of the amazing team from @globalhealthoutreach as they give of their time and immense expertise here in Ukraine. The work that goes into planning, organising, and facilitating a project like this is…

The World Of Hospitality

The hospitality I have been shown as I travel around making images always amazes me. The way people open their homes and lives to a complete stranger, and offer anything from a simple glass of tea to giving up their own bed for the night and serving extravagant meals. Here with an Azeri family in…

Impromptu Portraiture

When your out and about and come across such an awesome old door with all the paint peeling off it, you just have to put Daphney in front of it and make an image! . . . . . . . . . . #ternopil #travelphotography #ngophotographer #portraitperfection #onassignment #humanitarianphotography #ternopiloblast #portraitinspiration #portraitsfromtheworld #thebestofukraine #portrait_perfection…

South Aussie Coastline

The beautiful South Australian coastline. I do love this place and miss views like this. Early morning drives, not knowing what the weather, the sky, the clouds will deliver. This day was not promising, but the break in the clouds happened at the right place at just the right time. . . . . ….

Adventures in Armenia

I found this simple photo this morning which bought back great memories of my time in Armenia. This was the day I unknowingly wandered onto an Armenian military base. I had been out taking photos in the hills around our town and decided to take a short cut back. With out realising it, the short…

On Assignment with Global Health Outreach

Next month, I’m heading for another assignment with @globalhealthoutreach & #opendoorfoundation in a small village here in Ukraine. Looking back on last year, it was amazing to be able to support such valuable and important organisations doing great things. It’s exciting to get to share the stories of hope that arise through the gift of…

Georgian Village Life

In a small village in Georgia, this ladies morning routine has been unchanged for years. Every day she gets up, cleans out her milk buckets and waits on the corner for the milk wagon to come and fill them up. The rest of the morning will be spent cooking and turning the milk into all…

Love in South Africa

There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love. – 𝓦π“ͺ𝓼𝓱𝓲𝓷𝓰𝓽𝓸𝓷 π“˜π“»π“Ώπ“²π“·π“° I was on assignment in South Africa a while back, working with @uncommonway. Telling…

Empowering Congolese Women

Last time I was in the DRC, I was working on assignment for @womenforwomen. As we begin this new @kitoko_oyo” project, I am excited to share some of my previous stories of the hope and beauty coming out of the Democratic Republic of Congo: “Tumaini, a single mother, was struggling to feed and clothe her…

Artisan Baker in the DRC

There is something irresistible about the aroma of freshly baked bread and the crunch of the crust as you tear into the warm sort bread inside. In one village I visited in the DRC, it was a 45 minute walk to get to the nearest bakery to buy bread each day. For a women like…