Eisa outside his family home in the Hawizeh Marshes, Iraq. In the background, the gas burnoff lights the night sky.
A fisherman cooks bread by lighting a bundle of reeds in the Hawizeh Marshes, Iraq.
Abu Haider and Umm Haider in the Central Marshes near Chibayish, Iraq.
A mawakib host drives pilgrims at dusk to their sleeping quarters for the night near Al-Hillah, Iraq during the Arbaeen pilgrimage.
Women queue at the entrance to Zeynab’s Hill in Karbala, Iraq during the Arbaeen pilgrimage.
Sayed spent five years fighting Daesh as part of the voluntary Iraqi military service. This year he returned home after being shot multiple times in the shoulder and shin. Sayed?s grandfather and father fought against Saddam Hussein, and his family are well-known fighters, ?Our volunteer Iraqi troops are very strong and guided by our local religious leaders who ordered us to fight. Even now I feel ready to go to war if I?m needed, this is how I function now. Give me two hours, and I?ll be there?
Children swim in the Shatt-al-Hilla (Hillah canal) by the town of al-Kifl on the rural route to Karbala during the Arbaeen pilgrimage.
Pilgrims watch volunteers dressed as Yazid horsemen recreate the 7th Century Battle of Karbala in which the Yazid army set fire to the tents of Imam Hussain?s family and companions. This form of mourning, where the Battle of Karbala is enacted is known as taziya.
Family members hold a blessing ceremony for their deceased relative during Ashura at the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussain in Karbala.
Man stands on the Turda mudflats, Romania.
Woman stands on the Turda mudflats, Romania.
The city of Dearborn in Michigan state is home to the largest Muslim population in the USA. It is also the largest Middle Eastern population outside of the Middle East. Dearborn is frequently targeted by the far-right who claim the city is the site of homegrown terrorism and under Sharia law.
In the West, particularly the USA, there is a one-dimensional view of Muslim communities. Dearborn is home to over eighty nationalities and each community expresses its faith uniquely. The town is thriving, even under the increasing weight of Islamaphobia. From Lebanese-Syrian immigrants arriving in the late 1800s to an influx of Middle Eastern immigrants through the Ford Motor Company in the 1950s, and in more recent years, refugees from Iraq, Syria, and Palestine, Dearborn remains an ever-changing community.
Life today for many locals in the city of Aceh, Indonesia, is a battle for survival. They are forced to precariously juggle the balance of earning a living and preserving their rich ecosystem. The Leuser ecosystem that they live in has already been extensively burned, logged and destroyed almost beyond repair, but for the ravaged species still dependent on the remaining jungle it is vital that the people living there can find a way to earn a living without impacting their ecosystem so heavily.
The Yayu Coffee Forest Biosphere in Ethiopia is one of the last mountain forest fragments of Arabica Coffee in the world. To preserve and maintain its primary and secondary wild forest, and prevent further damage to the forest or loss of coffee species, it is vital that local communities have other livelihood options as well as seeing a viable future for themselves in producing specialty coffee.
Produced in collaboration with Union Coffee, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and The Darwin Trust in December 2016.
Children run through the hillsides surrounding the town of Amedi in the Kurdistan region of Iraq
Sunrise in the town of Akrê in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Mohammed  and Alan , refugees from Qamishli city in Syria inside their tent at Bardarash refugee camp in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Gulstan, a Kurdish-Syrian refugee in Gawilan refugee camp in Iraqi-Kurdistan.
Shepherd on a hillside in Al Qosh. Located 50km north of Mosul, it is the only Christian town that survived Daesh. In 2014, Daesh came within three kilometres of Al Qosh before being driven out by the Peshmerga.
Citadel in Erbil, Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Valley in Sulaymaniyah, in the Kurdistan region of Iraq
Lake Malawi, Malawi
Afghan refugee in the Calais Jungle, France
Monk at Bachovo Monastery in Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria
Iranian refugee in the Calais Jungle, France
Camilla, my mother, in Greece
Goodwood Festival, England
Qom eye hospital, Iran