Photographs of my second boat trip in Brazil, from Manaus, in the Amazon, to Belém, on the mouth of the Tapajós River near the Atlantic coast. Read the story of this journey here./Fotografías de mi segundo viaje en barco en Brasil, de Manaus, en el estado de Amazonas, a Belém, en la desembocadura del río… Continue reading Stories That Cross Boundaries: From the Amazon to the Atlantic
Day 1 Leaving Manaus on the morning of December 23, 2015, was not at all what I thought it would be. It's midnight and I'm sitting on the top deck of the Amazon Star, the boat that will take me to Belém, thinking about how I was robbed last night. Just a few metres away… Continue reading Nomadic Life: From the Amazon to the Atlantic
As 2015 comes to a close here in Belém, on Brazil's north-east, I sat by the Amazon River to think about the past year and all the amazing places I was lucky enough to visit. I've been so blessed to do what I love and spend it with the people I love this year, so… Continue reading Best of 2015 Travels
Growing up in the 80s and 90s, I was always told I could do and be anything I wanted, and I believed it. We, as a generation, were told to reach for the stars, that the sky was the limit, that the world was our oyster, that it was at our feet, in the palm… Continue reading Nomadic Life: Chasing Waterfalls in the Amazon
Desde la primera vez que visité Nuquí, en la costa Pacífica de Colombia, me enamoré de su arena negra y su selva color esmeralda reflejada en las aguas cristalinas de los ríos y el mar. Pero entre los meses de junio y noviembre este rincón mágico del país es aún más especial, siendo el lugar… Continue reading Nuquí: Ballenas / Whales
Photographs of my journey over the Amazon River, from Leticia, in Colombia, to Manaus, in Brazil.
Tayrona National Natural Park, located in Colombia's Magdalena department on the northern Caribbean coast, is one of the country's most popular parks. /El Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, ubicado en el departamento del Magdalena en la costa norte del Caribe colombiano, es uno de los parques más populares del país. Travellers usually begin their journey to… Continue reading PNN Tayrona
Photos of my 2015 visit to the municipality of Nuqui on Colombia's Pacific coast. Nuqui and its surrounding townships are each inhabited by fewer than 8,000 people, mostly Afro-descendents and indigenous communities.
Colombia's Pacific coast is a jungle-covered stretch of mountainous land, adorned with rocky bays and pristine rivers flowing down to the warm ocean.
In May 2014, I had the opportunity to return to the Colombian Amazon, this time working as a translator for a documentary film on mining and the significance of gold for the indigenous ethnic groups of the Yaigoje-Apaporis territory and National Natural Park.