JB is on his second mission to Ukraine. He had always wanted to live in Kyiv before the Russian invasion in February. So when it came under attack he knew he had to come and help.
Arriving in March when Kyiv was under siege JB describes it as a mess.
"My first convoy was in Kyiv, when Russian were all around. We started with 2 buses and a truck, but lost one bus in a big snow storm (it was -15 degrees Celsius outside), and took 12 hours to drive from Lviv (and had to go through occupied villages)"
JB's humanitarian efforts have taken him to Irpin, Bucha, Kharkiv and now Izium and Zaporizhzhia.
He recently recorded missile strikes near the groups location in Zaporizhzhia.
"..it's always dangerous, I think that to be here you need to accept that you can die at anytime. But like you can die crossing the road back home, it's destiny I guess. It's how I see things."