Memories of Morocco’s Wild South, A Photo Story

July 16, 2015

The southern desert is probably best described as Morocco's deep end. Sandwiched between the Atlas Mountains and the disputed territory of Western Sahara, Morocco's south is a desolate strip of dusty wasteland peppered with sand-swept towns and villages stubbornly weathering the searing hot winds.

Me and Mine Stove

January 9, 2013

Once in Algeria, I ended up with an unusual number of guns pointed at my head. I was just relaxing in an airport lounge, chatting to some NGO workers, when some guy from

Dung Fight

November 12, 2012

Once in Morocco, I got into a dung fight with my host sisters. I was staying with a nomad family on the Touflite Plains, near Guelmim. They were poor, but welcoming. The boys