I’m a documentary and portrait photographer based in London. I love telling stories and feel great satisfaction from giving a voice to the person who is rarely heard, showing a fresh side to a face that we are weary of seeing, or revealing a world that we never new existed.
Since 1992, I have travelled the world documenting news, social and humanitarian issues for various national and international publications such as The Times, London Evening Standard, The Guardian, New York Times, The Australian and Hong Kong Standard along with a number of charitable organisations such as Save the Children, Concern and EveryChild.
Assignments include ‘The Estate We’re In’ looking at the poverty and deprivation on London’s housing estates, London 2012 Olympic Games, the Asian tsumani, the displaced in Darfur, the death of Princess Diana and numerous photo stories on subjects including Child Marriage in Malawi, and Muslims in Britain.
I have also evolved my story telling using video to shooting short films. My film ‘Hannah and Her Sisters’ appeared in the recent Still/Moving DSLR Film Festival by Photofusion in Brixton, London and Hastings, East Sussex.
I continue to pursue personal projects including Sundays; A Portrait of 21st Century England, where I document how people living in England spend their time on the this traditional day of rest, and Portraits for Posterity; a national archive of Holocaust Survivors living in Britain today. The latter having been exhibited all over the UK.