This article by the writer Caryl Phillips about climbing Kilimanjaro appeared in the Guardian on 21 May 2005. It included one of my photos (sadly no pictures were reproduced in the on-line version of the Guardian article).
But the same piece including the photo was published in French in the Courrier International, 21 July 2005:
My image of a family washing clothes in Lake Pichola, Udaipur, India, was one of 10 finalists in the ‘People’ category of the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year 2008, in association with the Independent.
The photo was also published in THE INDEPENDENT following the competition, appeared in the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year exhibition as part of the DESTINATIONS HOLIDAY AND TRAVEL SHOW at Earls Court and has been published in volume 4 of the Wanderlust book TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE YEAR.
THE AFRICAN WORKSHOP
A series of my images of the African Workshop, a community centre for kids in Bamako, Mali.
LONDON INDEPENDENT PHOTOGRAPHY
My image of women celebrating at the Daoulaba Festival in Koulikoro, Mali was featured on the LIP website:
The following photo taken at Speakers’ Corner, Hyde Park, featured in the ‘Street Life’ edition of FLIP, the magazine for London Independent Photography:
ONCE - A PLATFORM DEVELOPED BY STYLIST LYDIA CAMPBELL
Images from my work with Malian designer Awa Meita feature on Lydia Campbell’s website Once promoting excellent and skillfully made objects, music, fashion and design from around the world:
DONKO SEKO, MALI
Donko Seko, Kettly Noel’s contemporary dance centre in Bamako, Mali, used one of my images from the African Dance Biennale for their 2011 New Year’s Greeting card:
FRENCH EMBASSY, MALI
The French Embassy in Mali selected one of my images for the African Dance Biennale, “Danse L’Afrique Danse!” for their 2011 New Year’s greeting card:
Ahmed Taigue in “Crache mon histoire”, performed as part of “Danse l’Afrique Danse!”
I was commissioned to take pictures for Tete a Tete’s 2010 Opera Festival at the Riverside Studios:
“The Three Wishes” by Bohuslav Martinu, presented by Second Movement as part of the Tete a Tete Opera Festival.
The other projects I photographed as part of the festival were:
The Errollyn Wallen Songbook
CHOREOGRAPHER KETTLY NOEL, “JE M’APPELLE FANTA KABA”
I worked with the Haitian choreographer, Kettly Noel, on her new solo work, “My name is Fanta Kaba”. Kettly Noel had a residency and work-in-progress presentations at the festival ANTICODES, at LE QUARTZ in BREST, BRITTANY. This is the image for the show:
LE QUARTZ is also using my image for the festival poster