As part of the British response to the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone the ship RFA Argus was stationed off the coast of Freetown providing logistical support and manpower to the fight against Ebola.
RFA Argus is equipped with three Royal Navy Merlin helicopters used to transport building materials, food supply, and personnel around the country.
Michael Duff has been covering the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone since the first cases were reported in the east of the country. Michael has delivered photographs as well as video and documentary content to some of the world's leading news agencies and broadcasters. Michael is based in Sierra Leone and can be contacted for commissions.
Anne Carey is an Australian volunteer nurse working at the Red Cross Ebola Treatment Centre in Kenema, Sierra Leone. The Sunday Times Magazine in Australia commissioned a series of photographs illustrating Anne's work in Sierra Leone.
Abdul Rashid is Sierra Leone's middleweight boxing champion selected to represent Sierra Leone at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Scotland
The Survivor Dream Project is working with women in Sierra Leone who have survived Ebola. As part of their first session the women participated in a make-over and photo shoot.
Above Sierra Leone - aerial photography of Sierra Leone by Michael Duff.
This page will be updated regularly so check back in for the most recent aerial photography.
In 2012 we travelled into Kawthoolei, a region in the east of Burma where the Karen people are struggling for peace against the Burmese Junta. We travelled on foot with the Karen National Liberation Army to visit internally displaced people.
A collection of photos taken on the iPhone during the Ebola outbreak
In 2013 and 2015 Michael travelled with Concern Worldwide documenting their development projects focused on education, nutrition, and maternal health.
The Italian NGO EMERGENCY operate a trauma centre and paediatric centre in the west of Freetown offering free healthcare to those who need it most.
A selection of photographs taken across Asia using a Holga medium format camera. Locations include Cambodia, China, Sri Lanka, and Laos.
At the National Stadium in Freetown, Sierra Leone, polio survivors and amputees hold a football tournament.
UNICEF Sierra Leone distribute medicine as part of the national Free Health Care initiative which aims to provide free healthcare to children under five and pregnant women.
A series of photos taken in North America using a Holga plastic camera and 120 Format film
This gallery of landscape photos from Sierra Leone will continually be updated
A collection of portraits from our 2011 journey to eastern Burma with the Karen people.