Sonam Phuntsho. Throughout his lifetime Sonam has planted over 100,000 trees in Bhutan and currently maintains over 12 acres of forest. He explained that his commitment to conservation is an extension of his Buddhist belief, that all life deserves a home. Shot on assignment for @suitcase
I’m ridiculously proud to have produced ALEGNA, a short film, directed by Fraser Rigg, that explores the effects of PTSD. This film was made possible through the generous backing of people all around the world. Thank-you to those who supported the project. The film is now live on Vimeo. Link in bio.
I spent 10 days travelling across Bhutan with a fine team of people. With Sangay to lead us, Matt, Finn, Jeremy and Gary worked relentlessly to produce a documentary. I followed in their tracks shooting stills on assignment for @suitcase magazine. I learnt a lot on this trip. It was inspiring to see the passion and drive these guys put into their work. Not a moment of daylight was missed. #discoverbhutan
~ The Kingdom Of Bhutan ~ A small Buddhist nation nestled high up in the Eastern Himalayas and sandwiched between two of the worlds most populous countries, India and China. Despite being one of the smallest countries in the world, Bhutan has one of the largest commitments to conservation. I had a chance to explore this beautiful place alongside @finnharries@jeremysnell, @matthewfirpo and @foxxfaces whilst shooting a story for @suitcase magazine. Pictured here is the infamous Tiger’s Nest, a prominent sacred site located on the cliffside of the upper Paro valley. I’ll be sharing some moments from my journey here. #DiscoverBhutan.