Video and interview about working and photographing in rebel-controlled Darfur, Sudan. 

Foundry Photojournalism Workshop in Bali, Indonesia

The Jimbaran Fish Market

Monocle's summer Escapist magazine

A look inside of Djibouti's military bases with text by Tristan McConnell.

Darfur: Sudan's army accused of raping women and children

My exclusive video report with Klaas van Dijken for France 24. Please click on the image to view the video.

France 24

My video piece with Klaas van Dijken on the situation of civilians on the ground in Darfur. Please click on the image to view the video. 

The Wall Street Journal

A few thoughts and images from the ongoing crisis in Burundi. Please click on the image to view the original piece. 

The Wall Street Journal 

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TIME Lightbox

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The Telegraph

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I first met Dr. Tom in 2012 while I was working in the rebel-controlled Sudan People Liberation Army - North's (SPLA-N) territory of the Nuba Mountain in South Kordofan, Sudan. This year as he continues his work at the hospital Tom has been honored as one of TIME's 100.


Verve Photo

Thank you to Geoffrey Hiller for posting one of my favorite images from the time that I spent with the KIA.

You can read a bit more about the making of the image below:

Al Jazeera Magazine

The surgeons of Mogadishu 

Half way down the dimly lit main hallway of Mogadishu's Banadir Hospital, a sign indicates the entrance to the delivery ward. It reads: 'Women are not dying of diseases we can't treat. They are dying because societies have yet to make the decision that their lives are worth saving.' 

Journalist Michael Onyiego and photojournalist Adriane Ohanesian go inside the delivery rooms and operating theatres of a Mogadishu hospital to meet the Somali women surgeons fighting to save the lives of their countrywomen. 

Read more in the Al Jazeera Magazine.