London, United Kingdom
I am an experienced documentary and environmental portrait photographer working out of London in the UK. I've travelled extensively working for leading national and international newspapers and magazines as well as large NGO's. From the rise of the Aids/HIV pandemic in Africa and Asia, to feature stories from conflicts zones in Afghanistan and Iraq.
I have a talent for conceptualisation and delivering reliable and innovative ideas and work well in a team environment, taking direction as well as working independently. I have been fortunate to have also covered various celebrity and high-end editorial and commercial work over the years. In 2009, my first solo exhibition 'Black Britannia' was opened by the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown at London City Hall.
I continue to freelance for a variety of editorial and commercial clients in the UK.
I still regularly contributor to national newspapers The Times and The Independent, as well as having images published in The Guardian, Der Spiegel, The Sunday Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, International Herald Tribune, The Wall Street Journal.
My work is syndicated throughout the world via the Camera Press Agency in London.
I'm currently finishing two long-term personal projects, both which as gained interest not only from The Sunday Times Magazine in the UK but also from various other publications in the United States.
Life on Kandahar Air base - Afghanistan
More than 13,500 people lived on the Kandahar international airbase in Afghanistan. Armed forces from Dutch, British, French, Canadian, US are just some of the twenty or so nationalities that made up the living population of this ever growing town, situated in one of the most dangerous regions of the country.