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Bangladesh. DAY 7- Dreamscape

The next morning the roads to the airport were thick with morning mist; this offered an amazing opportunity to take photos of farmers walking through this eerie, dreamy landscape. We found our way to another

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Bangladesh. Day 4- The Girl in Red

After a much-needed sleep-in, day 4 started at the Shaheb Bazar Kacha market.  Part slaughter house, part fish market and part vegetable market.  It was so picturesque that I barely noticed that my feet were

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Bangladesh. Day 1- Man on Fire

“You know they burn people alive there, right?” “They are desperately poor and would do ANYTHING to get your money.” “They’ll lock you into their tuk-tuk, splash gasoline on you and if you don’t pay

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Magazine d’Art De Saigon

A recent question and answer I did with Mads Monsen from Magazine d’Art De Saigon… Could you share a little bit about your background and what you do for a living? “MUTT”- My friends have

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THANK YOU!

Welcome to my website and thank you so much for taking the time to browse through it.  It has been my dream for the last 10-15 years to set up a “real” website but, alas, a certain apathy took the

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Dan

Dan Eldon was a friend of mine. We both went to the same high school- the International School of Kenya in the 1980s-90s.  Even at such a young age Dan’s creative talents were so apparent. 

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Titles

For me, as an artist, not only is the image important, but also the title. I have always believed that the title of a photograph is an added dimension to an image. Often I have

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