Jess was at netball and Aaron was aware she wouldn't necessarily approve of yet another trip to the 'amazing mexican restaurant' up the street. However, what was proclaimed couldn't be unsaid and all I could think about was a burrito. "Your call" he offered as we scanned the rest of the options and I made my choice. "It's like working with your best friend everyday." Aaron spoke with nachos in one hand and his heart on his sleeve on the other half an hour later. Not long into this trade and it was easy to tell there was an unreserved warmth to this pairing. Jess & Aaron that is, not the mexican food.
Relatively recently married and very recently uprooted from Australia to Singapore, we squeezed in a quick trade to sample satay at the food market, dodge traffic photographing portraits in the road and receive a crash course in some Aussie lingo ahead of my flight to continent number 5.
British photographer moving between hosts and countries through a back-to-back series of creative trades. Exchanging my photography for all of my needs in a mission to reach every continent without needing money.