A crisis of sorts

I’ll admit it – I’m an addict. For too long now I’ve been slave to an addiction which has cost me vast sums of money and separated me from my family, friends, and the life I once loved. I’m talking about travelling. Am I joking? Yes and...
Making diamonds of coal

Making diamonds of coal

I was given a one-month visa when I entered Cambodia, and I set myself the goal to complete the first draft of the Sisters For Sale documentary script before that visa expired on 10th March. (That’s today). It was an immense job that involved sifting through and...

For the win

Thanks to all of you who showed your support in January, I’m excited to announce that The Human, Earth Project is now one of 5 worldwide finalists for the 2015 best topical weblog award! The Human, Earth Project blog records the life-changing experiences of my...
Stay young

Stay young

This week marks another birthday for both myself and The Human, Earth Project, and a perfect opportunity for a spot of navel-gazing. It’s incredible to think it’s now been more than ten years since I began travelling the globe. My adventures then, although...
Meet Ethos

Meet Ethos

In 2010, I was living in a small mountain town in northern Vietnam. In that town I became friends with M and P, two teenaged Hmong girls from a neighbouring village who were later abducted and sold across the Chinese border. Last year, I spent three months in that...

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