In the February issue of BBC Earth Magazine read my feature about the Bajau sea gypsies - the spearfishing ocean nomads of Indonesia, struggling to cope with dwindling fish stocks and having to settle in one place. Really happy with the way this article turned out, the pictures look awesome so grab yourselves a copy while its not too late :)
In June and July 2016 I was exploring remote jungle regions of the island of Buton, just off Sulawesi in Indonesia. Read about these islands and their unusual wildlife here...
An awesome road trip through Earth's history in Scotland - link in title.
Read about one of my favourite naturalists Alfred Russel Wallace and how he inspired my adventures in Indonesia. Link in title.
Here I explore seaweed farming on the Indonesian Island of Kaledupa and its potential to provide an alternative income to fishing. Link in the title.
The story of how sexual reproduction evolved. Click the link in the title to find out what the first sexually reproducing organisms were, an unlikely candidate you might think...
A photo essay about the volcanic landscapes of Ethiopia's Danakil Depression and the people that make it their home. Link in title.
My evaluation for BBC Earth of the latest research on rising sea levels due to climate change and how it could impact the planet. Link in the title.
My latest article for BBC Earth looking at the issue of overpopulation, who is responsible and what can be done - Are there too many people on Earth? Link in the title...
Click the link in the title to read my latest BBC Earth photo essay about doing geological fieldwork in Namibia and the secrets about Earth's climate that it revealed.