London, United Kingdom
Alban Grosdidier is a French-born, London-based photographer.
He started his career by coordinating the editorial team of Paris festival Solidays in 2010. He then spent three years working on sexual health, LGBT+ groups and feminist activists. Graduating from ESAG Penninghen in 2013, he moved to Copenhagen where he started a collaboration with Greenpeace; he has since covered the organisation's activities in Denmark, Sweden, Russia, France and the UK. He simultaneously started a portrait photography career, shooting for the music industry and the press.
Moving again in 2016 - to London - he now covers British progressivist movements as well as international environmental stories.
- Still life
No Trump, No Brexit
After Brexit's six months anniversary and following Trump's inauguration, the British progressist movements have experienced a period of renewed mobilisation against conservative and far-right values. It is now more vocal than ever on issues such as diversity, asylum and women's rights.