I am a British photojournalist with 5 years’ experience covering current affairs including stories on development, natural disasters, civil unrest, climate change and the economy in EMEA. Based in Uganda (and sometimes London), I cover news across the African continent predominately for Getty Images, as well as doing a substantial amount of editorial assignments for charities and NGOs.
I am well versed in producing evidence based photographic material and documenting key humanitarian issues across EMEA, including stories with vulnerable people. When working on assignment I have always kept to the brief, but also added my own artistic flair to get the best results for a client as possible.
I have won several awards for my work, including from the World Photography Organisation and UK Picture Editors Guild, and my pictures have been used by many organisations including TIME, Washington Post, Guardian, New York Times and The Sunday Times amongst others.
2019 - UK Picture Editors' Guild Awards, 2018 - British Life Photography Awards, 2017 - International Photographer of the Year, 2015 - British Life Photographer of the Year, 2015 - World Photography Awards
- Breaking news
US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania visit the Prime Minister, Theresa May, and her husband Phillip in Downing Street on June 4 2019 in London, England.
Patrick Hutchinson carries an injured man away after he was identified as being a far-right activist and attacked by a group of protesters on the Southbank on June 13, 2020 in London, England. Hutchinson, a personal trainer, said on his social media account “We saved a life today”. A number of anti-racism protesters gathered for protests in London despite the cancellation of the official events due to fears of clashes with far-right groups.