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Organization for the Development of the Indigenous Maya – ODIM
While visiting Guatemala recently, I had the huge privilege of attending ODIM’s clinics and pre/postnatal home visits in San Juan and San Pablo La Laguna, to gather some images for their annual report.
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 […]
Knight Feast at Shuffle Festival
A giant globe of light suspended from the trees above a round table. As dusk falls, the globe creates a focal point, bathing the leaves, gravestones and festival-goers in an ethereal glow, visible from deep in the woods. This was Knight Feast – an installation by Rebecca Sainsot-Reynolds and Katherine Daish, and part of Shuffle Festival, […]
Photofusion Salon/16 Public’s Choice award winner
A bit slow to report this (still in Guatemala with all the distractions and technical limitations that implies), but my photo has won an award! Along with the excellent Angelika Berndt, I am joint winner of the Public’s Choice Award at the Photofusion Salon/16 exhibition for my photo of Charlotte & Fenton from the Night Tube […]
If Burning Man is a dusty city with 80,000 inhabitants, then Nowhere is a dusty village with just 2,000. I like it that way. This was my third time, having missed 2015’s 50 degree heatwave, and it felt like coming home. Lots of friends and familiar faces yet to become friends; dusty bodies, crazy dancing, sharing, creating, connecting […]
Carmen is a professionally trained opera singer and cabaret artist, living on a purple narrowboat along the Regent’s Canal. I photographed her last week as part of a Huck Magazine mini workshop on the documentary portrait, with photographer Guy Martin.
Cleo Cobb is a designer of very cool kids clothes. She hired me to make some photographs for her website and marketing materials, and we spent a lovely couple of hours last month hanging in her studio, a creative haven tucked away in her top-floor flat in Victoria Park.
Portrait of the week – Daymé Arocena
A brilliantly talented singer and composer, and an infectiously cheery personality – it was a joy to meet Daymé before her (also brilliant) gig at Richmix this week. I haven’t been posting many portraits of the week lately, but just had to share this one. It really does capture her spirit. Honestly, she repeatedly broke into song mid-sentence. It […]
Pascuala Ilabaca y Fauna at Richmix
I love this great new music coming from Chile and this was a wonderful concert. More pics as well as a gig review on Rhythm Passport.
I spent a very zen weekend documenting the lovely European Yogi Nomads‘ meet in London at the end of September. Here are a few of the pics.