I recently spent a morning in Nyanza, southern Rwanda at a vocational training school. I was there to shoot a selection of photographs from the carpentry, metal work, building, sewing and graphic design classes for an NGO. The school helps a large number of de-mobilized soldiers, and others, learn new skills so they can earn a living on civvy street. And with a whole lot of building planned in Rwanda for the coming years, I suspect there will be plenty of work for them. Below is a selection of photos from the school in Nyanza. I’ll be working on a long-term photographic project for much of 2011, but am open to doing the occasional side project. If you have something interesting in mind, drop me a line on the email address at the top right of the page.