Archive for the ‘Charity’ Category
Photo Kindness Project
London’s photographers are a wonderful bunch. They’ve been generously donating prints of their work to help raise money for a charity that supports some of our most vulnerable children. Childhood First transforms the lives of kids suffering severe trauma due to abuse and neglect; helping them towards a future where they can be happy and […]
Manor Gardens oral history portraits
I’ve been working on a series of portraits of people interviewed for the centenary oral history project of the Manor Gardens Centre in Holloway.
Aboriginal Girls Circle – multimedia
I was lucky to be able to spend a month in Australia in April/May, working on a couple of projects, including this one with the child protection charity NAPCAN. The Aboriginal Girls Circle is an education project that brings Aboriginal girls together to connect with each other, explore their identity, have fun, and work together […]
I got to spend most of October in Mexico, interviewing and filming human rights defenders for a life stories project. It was humbling and inspiring to hear so many courageous people speak about why they risk their lives to challenge unjust status quos in their communities and cities. The stories from this trip will (eventually) […]
Ooh – my photo on a BILLBOARD!
Well, it’s been an amazing year on loads of levels. I’ve been lucky enough to photograph some fantastic people and places and I am super chuffed to round it off with the news that my photos of Greg Rutherford for the charity Right to Play are now appearing on a billboard near you. This one, […]
Olympians and songsters
A little of what I’ve been up to lately… Animal Noise – music video stills for their forthcoming single Baddow Roger Askew and band – for the album Hurt, Lies and Lovesongs Campaign images of athlete ambassadors for the brilliant charity Right To Play Greg Rutherford Caitlin McClatchey Liam Tancock