JAFFNA, SRI LANKA

In 2016, talking to residents of Jaffna, the main city in northern Sri Lanka, which for the past couple of years have been recovering from the country's 30 year long civil war.

MONGLA, BANGLADESH

In 2015, documenting the effects of climate change on coastal Bangladesh, one of the areas most affected in the world, and how residents are finding strategies to cope and respond.

BEIRUT, LEBANON

In 2015, at the event we organised as part of Mashallah News' publication 'Night', a collection of photo stories from across different Middle Eastern cities, portraying life during the dark hours.

BEKAA VALLEY, LEBANON

2015, meeting with refugee families residing in one of Lebanon's many unofficial camps. The small country had in 2015 over 1,5 million Syrian refugees, making it the country with most refugees per capita in the world.

BEIRUT, LEBANON

In 2015, with Ethiopian runner Aregu Abate, who came to Lebanon as a domestic worker and discovered, by chance, that she is a big running talent.

BEIRUT, LEBANON

In 2015, running in Horsh Beirut, the biggest park in Beirut which recently re-opened for the public after having been closed since the civil war, for a story in Runners' World on Lebanon's running community.

BEIRUT, LEBANON

In 2014, at the book reading we organised at the bookshop/café Dar, with talks and readings by contributors to 'Beirut Re-Collected'.

DUBAI, UAE

In 2014, at the Dubai book launch of Mashallah News' book 'Beirut Re-Collected', an anthology with 20 stories about forgotten people and places in the Lebanese capital.

SAVAR, BANGLADESH

In 2014, talking to survivors on the 1 year commemoration of the Rana Plaza tragedy, when a garment factory collapsed outside Savar, killing over 1,000 people and injuring thousands.

KALIGANJ, BANGLADESH

In 2014, on board Jibon Tari, which means "The boat of life", a floating hospital providing health care to disadvantaged rural communities.

TRIPOLI, LEBANON

In 2014, meeting with volunteers cleaning up the streets after an explosion hit a neighbourhood in the centre of the city. Tripoli, because of its geographical and socio-cultural proximity to Syria, has been affected more than perhaps any other city in Lebanon by the Syrian war.

TRIPOLI, LIBYA

In 2012, on the one year anniversary of the Libyan revolution-turned-war. This is on top of a demolished building inside the private complex of Gaddafi, which was looted and totally destroyed during and after the war.