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Piece to camera on the Bosphreous (December 2011)
In Guvecci, a Turkish border village caught in the crossfire with Syria (February 2012).
The kids of the Kilis Syrian Refugee camp (August 2012)
Rained out in Hatay (Antakya), Turkey (February 2012)
Filming aid distribution outside Kabul Afghanistan (September 2009)
Interviewing an Afghan orphan for a
radio documentary (Aug 2008).
Interviewing Massouda, an Afghan orphan from Mazar-e-sharef.
Filming during Haiti's 2010 Presidential elections.
Following an interview with current Haitian President Michel Martelly (Nov 2010).
Reporting from the centre of protests in Tahrir square., Cairo.
Demonstrators came in all shapes and sizes.
Live shots during Egypt's revolution (February 2011)
With the son of Omar Muhktar, one of Libya's greatest war heroes (May 2011).
Editing in a Benghazi hotel room (May 2011).
Three generations of "revolutionary fighters" in Ajdabyah, Libya (May 2011).
Filming at the United Nations (2011)
Filming The Indian Point Nuclear facility along the Hudson River in New York State (March 2011).
Following an interview with former US President Bill Clinton (Sept 2011).
Live shots late into the night outside the United Nations after Palestine submitted their bid for full membership (Sept 2011).
United Arab Emirates:
On the set of "Good Morning Dubai" - a 2 hour live breakfast show broadcast across the Middle East and North Africa (2008).
Filming for "Postcards Arabia", a series of five minute features on Arabic history and culture (2009).
Interviewing Marzieh Vahid Dastjerdi, the first female government minister in Iran since the Islamic Revolution (2007).
Trying gat for my first time with a shop owner in old Sanaa for a radio documentary (Dec 2007).
Taking a moment in central Yemen.
Filming for "Korea Sparkling", a 13 episode series on South Korea broadcast across the Middle East and North Africa.
Hanbok, traditional Korean dress (Nov 2007).
Traditional Korean wedding dress (Nov 2007).
Interviewing the Governor of Jeju, a provincial island south of the South Korean mainland (Nov 2007).
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