Six days ago Cyclone Pam ripped through the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu. Contact has yet to be made with some of the more remote islands so the full extent of the damage remains unknown, but there have been deaths, and many survivors have been found drinking seawater. President Baldwin Lonsdale has said his country would have to 'rebuild everything'. 

In 1988 and 1989 I spent six months in Vanuatu, having many adventures and taking a few photographs along the way. It remains one of the happiest and most memorable periods of my life.
With your help I'm trying to raise £10,000 for the emergency appeal by offering for sale six different prints, each in an edition of 30, made in Vanuatu all those years ago. 
Beautifully printed on 14” x 11” Ilford Gallerie fibre based paper by LabLab in Krakow, Poland, the prints are just £65 each, plus post and packing. This exclusive offer will be on a strictly first come, first served basis and 100% of the profit will be send directly to the appeal.
Each print will be signed, numbered, stamped and captioned on the back. The offer remains open for 14 days, or until all the prints sell, whichever is sooner. They will be made and shipped at the end of the sale.
Please help!