This one time in India I rode a camel. I miss this place!
Conker hunting with my dad. I used to kick ass in Conker wars!
I have just finished the trip of a life time traveling the width of India in a Rickshaw with 6 of my closest friends in the world. We’re super proud and blown away to have raised over $100,000 for The Teenage Cancer Trust. I would like to thank our sponsors Skype, Sony Entertainment, My Destination and the youtube channel YouTube.com/BBBTV without all of whom this would not have been possible. I would also like to thank our badass support team Prim and Nameeta who got us to the finish line in one piece. Finally and most importantly we would like to thank our lovely and loyal audience for your ever present support during the trip! TeamMotherTukkers x
Yesterday I went to a desert.
Messing about with my mums old film camera.
I met this man during my travels in India. I passed him as he was trying to tie a bit of string around one arm to make a bracelet. He was using his teeth but was struggling and so I offered my assistance. He seemed pleased by this and once the bracelet was done he offered me a handful of nuts in return. We ended up sat in front of each other communicating in this strange way for a little while. I was touched by the fact that we were able to connect through such a simple thing and despite the language barrier. Before I left I asked to take his portrait. This is the image I shot.
We have completed the Rickshaw Run! Thank you to everyone that has supported our journey so far! #themothertukkers
I asked this kind gentleman to sew the Indian flag onto my bag. Now I shall remember it forever.
Shooting with @mrbenbrown1 in India we got caught up in the local Ganesha festival. Go check out his stuff he’s a very talented fella.
I shot this after our Rickshaw had broken down on the side of the road. Whenever this happens it usually brings quite a crowd. This woman caught my attention.