The heaviest train in the world drives 750km into the Sahara Desert each day transporting iron ore back to the coast while providing a vital vein of transport to remote towns.

Photographs and Text by Guy Peterson

Party in the
Pandemic

Th United Kingdom enforced a strict lockdown to fight the spread of COVID-19 through out 2020 and early 2021. All nightclubs and music venues closed and people were left with little to satisfy their need to dance. For a few people in large cities around the UK they never stopped partying. The illegal rave scene all over the UK has seen a small renaissance over the last 12 months with more people looking to dance away the pain of a lock down life. This clandestine underworld has brought people together while the rest of the world stays apart.   

*Story in Progress

Photographs by Guy Peterson

A community led project in Northern Mozambique trying to prepare a generation for a sustainable future

Photographs and Text by Guy Peterson

Thousands of tonnes of fish are hauled out of the Atlantic Ocean everyday on the coast of Mauritania’s largest city, Nouakchott.

Photographs and Text by Guy Peterson

A circus school perched on a clifftop on the outskirts of Salé, Morocco, aims to give kids and young adults from disadvantaged backgrounds a second chance at life through performance art.

Photographs and Text by Guy Peterson

A school in Western Zimbabwe uses Education for sustainable development to promote a sustainable future for a younger population

Photographs and Text by Guy Peterson

Exploring the diverse community of displaced people who have made long journeys from neighbouring countries to seek refuge in Jordan’s capital, Amman. 

Photographs and Text by Guy Peterson

Burning tar barrels carried through the street of a small village in rural Devon, UK

Connected Cows, Bringing Agriculture into the 21st Century

Following the trails of multiple 5G projects in South West England leading the way in for connected agriculture and Aqua culture in the UK.

*Story in Progress

Photographs by Guy Peterson