I was on assignment in Egypt shooting a Tourism Campaign.
Any moment I had free we were off shooting these amazing empty and barren landscapes.
It was hard to tell whether I'm looking at all that's left after a futile attempt at taming the desert,
or witnessing the first tentative steps towards creating somewhere people can live.
These are spaces defined by their negative space, blessed with light - which is sliding in from all directions.
Including people and the things they've made somehow only makes the landscapes seem emptier.