Filmmaker / aerial photographer


Frozen Out: The Abandoned US Interpreters on Europe’s Border

A short documentary for the Guardian on two friends who served the US military as interpreters during the war in Afghanistan, but like many, weren't been granted visas to emigrate to the US. With their lives threatened by the Taliban, they joined the migrants heading for western Europe, only to find themselves trapped in Serbia on the wrong side of impenetrable borders, living in squalor with hundreds of others.

Ahmad's (not his real name) face was obscured for his safety over 6 months after the original film was released as he was forced to return to Afghanistan)