So many images. Just so many. Their work is so powerful and has such a positive effect on millions throughout Africa, and it was a delight to return to Gambia with Two Wheels For Life who power Riders For Health over there. This image below was shot from the window of our car as we waited to cross the river at Farafenne to Soma at night, where the ferry had broken down and everyone was super nervous they would cross that night. Lit by a single spotlight, this guy was just waiting, like we all were.
The playing conditions of the Banjul football team are not the same as most places. They share the pitch with Riders For Health, who train new riders in the dust on which the team play. Alimatou (below) is the team goalie and she just looked like a portrait to me, sweating in the afternoon heat.
Just a super famous guy who's been in two of the biggest TV series of all time then... Lovely to shoot a Shortlist cover, they're cool people creating a tasty mag with solid design, so it's all good with me. Shot in the Soho Hotel in London, he was soooooo jetlagged and chugging his way through whopping great coffees but surely delivered in a big way for our shoot. I love photographing actors you know - they can just turn it on. This was captured beautifully on a Hasselblad H6D-100c with a 100mm lens, with lighting by Broncolor Move as you never know what kind of power availability you might discover. All turned out lovely, as you can see.