Andy Hall, based in London, has been a freelance photographer since 1989.
His wide-ranging commissions taking in news, portraits, landscape and social documentary have appeared in numerous newspapers, and magazines, including the Observer, the Guardian, the Sunday Times, the Sunday Telegraph, the Times, Red Bulletin magazine, Der Speigel and GQ magazine.
Throughout his career, Andy has worked for Aid Agencies and NGO's including Oxfam, Action Aid and Save the Children
Andy has contributed to numerous exhibitions on subjects such as Angola, South Africa - the last days of Apartheid, as well as exhibitions on Poverty and the Arms trade. His portraits of film directors and celebrities have been shown in numerous Getty sponsored exhibitions around the world.
Andy has collaborated in book projects ranging from "Montreal - Eye on the Metropolis"(2000), to "Muhammad Ali - the glory years" (2008), as well as "UK at home"(2008). His commissioned work on the ongoing hunger crisis in sub-saharan Africa was screened at Visa Pour L'Image, Perpignan in 2012
- Breaking news
- Video capture