Photojournalism and travel stories
Having spent most of his life working as a journalist, Toby has an unrivalled ability to tell stories through words and pictures. He is an award-winning producer and writer, having worked in print and broadcast media for most of his life. He has also travelled to more than 30 countries across the world, and taken in many unusual destinations to tell the stories of people and places on the ground.
Toby has documented his own stories from Brazil, China, Colombia, Cuba, Iceland, India, Japan, Sri Lanka, home of Australia, vast swathes of Europe and his native United Kingdom on multiple occasions, among many other places.
He is always prepared to dive deep into any location to find the real stories of people, places and culture that are often left untold.
Video projects are also possible. Use the contact form below to start a discussion with Toby about the stories you want to tell.
Some of Toby’s projects include:
Cuba: The edge of change
India: Dirty laundry of Dhobi Ghat
Sri Lanka: Prevent a storm in your tea cup
Iceland: Iceland is on the rise
Vietnam: The children of Vietnam
- A woman hangs laundry at Dhobi Ghat in Mumbai, the world’s largest non-mechanised facility of its kind in the world. Women hand, dry and iron clothes here, while the men undertake the more physical act of washing the clothes and many other items there each day.
- Haylee, who we befriended on the streets of Havana, lights up a cigar to share with us in her home.
- The glaciers around Jökusárlón creep forward around 300 metres each year. Of that, 100 metres of ices breaks off and ends up in the lagoon.
- More than 1 million people work in the tea industry in Sri Lanka, and it all starts in similar locations as the one seen here, at the factories in Ella.
- A local sells state newspapers in Havana Vieja.
- Children of the river play in Hue | Foraggio Photographic
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