London, United Kingdom
Having completed a Sociology degree at the University of Leeds and trained at the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) Press Photography/ Photojournalism course at Sheffield College, British photographer Susannah Ireland has over 10 years experience as an editorial photographer. Working principally for The Times and The Independent newspapers, (having won the Times Tabasco Young Photographer of The Year competition in 2007), she then moved to Delhi in India in 2014 in order to embark upon more documentary-based photojournalism and longer-term assignments.
Now based in London, Susannah continues to freelance for a variety of editorial clients, including The Guardian, NPR and The Times, both within the UK and the rest of the world.
2007 - The Times Tabasco Young Photographer of the Year
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- RISC training
Pippa The Ripper
Professional wrestler Pippa the Ripper pictured at The Submission Room session wrestling and BDSM gym in Seven Sisters, London.
Pippa the Ripper opened her own wrestling gym specifically to cater to men who enjoy getting beat up by women. Now 23 different female wrestlers work at the gym and men book sessions to be brutally wrestled and overpowered by them.
We Shall Over Comb
Women (and men) march through London in protest to the inauguration of newly elected U.S President Donald Trump and his perceived threat to women and human rights, January 21st 2017. The rally is among events in the UK and elsewhere planned in solidarity with a march in US capital Washington DC that is expected to draw 200,000 people marching as part of an international day of action in solidarity with women and victimised minorities.
Photo Credit: Susannah Ireland
General Mohidin Ghori
General Mohidin Ghori, commander of the Afghan Army in Helmand pictured at the Afghan National Army Garrision alongside British military base Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanstan.