Africa Photography Blog

Africa Photography Blog


Why I like this portrait…

by admin | July 27, 2015 | Blog This was taken in a rural village in Kaduna state earlier this year.  One thing that I’ve noticed when out and about is how willing young children are to have their photograph taken.  But… When they reach 12 or 13 Read More wpress-106

Thoughts on my own work : )

by admin | July 9, 2015 | Blog I am just going through a selection of images to present for a portfolio review that I am attending in a month’s time. The idea behind one of these reviews is you gather together a number of images that best represent Read More locationsb-108

End of year School Report

by admin | June 23, 2015 | Blog Here we are at the back end of June and another school year is coming to an end. It seems to have been a really quick year for the business, it started last August with a mailshot to all  primary Read More woodcutter3-118

A trip to Agaie

by admin | May 13, 2015 | Blog Agaie is a very small town half way from the Capital of Nigeria and the town of Bida.  I’ve been to Bida 2 or 3 times before – trust me when I tell you the road is the bumpiest road Read More pano_1

600 Faces – One Image

by admin | May 9, 2015 | Blog I’ve been all over the place in the last couple of weeks. You may know I make regular trips to Nigeria with work and when I’m visiting I tend to get a lot of varied kinds of assignments.  One day I could Read More wpress-102

Some Safe Child Africa Images

by admin | February 13, 2015 | Blog I’ve just got back from a week in Nigeria, where I’ve been doing some work for a brilliant organisation called Safe Child Africa. They exist to support children that have been through some pretty traumatic times. I don’t want to Read More Nigeria babies

Safe Child Africa

by admin | February 3, 2015 | Blog It’s a very cold Tuesday morning here on the South West coast of Ireland… Last night I said to myself I would get up early and go to the gym. Instead I’m writing this which is way more important! On Read More