During a 10 day trip to Africa, London-based travel photographer Sam Barker took some incredible images of the Southern Ethiopian OMO tribes. Capturing the people and their tribal body paint and surroundings, it's a project that opens up a whole new world of culture.
Sam Barker began his career in photography in 1997 while attending the prestigious London School of Printing. Here, Sam started to shape his distinctive style of photography. Within a short period of time Sam's work was spotted by The Telegraph, Landrover, and GQ Magazine.
Today, Sam shoots globally sharing his time between London and New York, shooting global Campaigns for the Likes of Hugo Boss, Glennfiddicch, amongst others while continuing to shoot travel stories and personal projects round the globe. He also is a regular contributor to the National Portrait Gallery where he has 12 portraits in the permanent collection, and has also won the prestigious One Life International Photography prize.