With just a little twist of my arm I can be convinced to shoot editorial commissions that combine three of my passions - food, travel and photography.
Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.
The first colonial capital, known as Brazil's 'city of happiness'. European, African and American Indian cultures converge here at the spiritual home of Samba, Capoeira, Cachaca and Carnival - the largest party in the world.
Erg Chebbi, Sahara.
In the Saharan interior of of North Africa the Tuareg, a Berber people, are the principal inhabitants. With a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle they lead an extremely minimalist existence where everything has a use. Their camel's feces is so dry that it is used to fuel the stove.
On Andalusia's Costa del Sol Malaga stands as one of the oldest cities in the world, with a history spanning 2800 years. Breakfast at Antigua Casa de Guardia, the oldest bar in town and frequented by Picasso, consists of a couple of glasses of Moscatel sweet fortified wine and tapas of freshly caught oysters, prawns and squid. All for a handful of change.