From the Archives-Morocco

Some years back I travelled with one of my closet friends and assistant extraordinaire to Morocco. Phil Baber.

We had been to Morocco a few occasions before, working on a image library for a branding company. The job was to get a mix of local culture, landscape and life.
It was a dream job. Every day we were up before sunrise and shot sunrise and sunsets. It was the days of shooting large format but also trying the new Nikon D1X.

I also shot a lot with my Leica M6. At the moment I am looking through my archives because Im having to get rid of some archived work due to storage reasons. Like a million shots of cranes in a yard for example. But these Moroccan photographs make me smile and remember the awesome crazy adventures I had with my assistant.


Boys from Rabat walking past me where I was set up to shot some surfers on a large format camera. Thats where my Leica M6 came in handy.
Boys from Rabat walking past me where I was set up to shot some surfers on a large format camera. Thats where my Leica M6 came in handy.



Somewhere along the coast. I cant remember where. It could have been around Tangiers. There was a cave and this guy jumped in.
Somewhere along the coast. I cant remember where. It could have been around Tangiers. There was a cave and this guy jumped in.
In the forests of Morocco
In the forests of Morocco
A young man looks at the tide, preparing for a jump
A young man looks at the tide, preparing for a jump
Sunset at the medina
Sunset at the medina
Phil, a bit claustrophobic after a long day.
Phil, a bit claustrophobic after a long day.
In Tangier a woman walks the old alleys
In Tangier a woman walks the old alleys