"You really have to have a distinctive style"
An interview with the British Journal of Photography ahead of the Town To Town exhibiton and book launch at the Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol
Running from 31st January till 12th May, the Town To Town exhibition will be showing at the Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol. Including 60 portraits from around Britain, it also has a special section dedicated to the towns in West Country including Swindon, Bristol, Bridgwater and Gloucester.
Together with filmaker Elliot Smith, we have put together a short video of me working on the streets of London and Brighton. The video accompanies the Town to Town exhibition which is showing at the Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol till 12th May 2018
Feature about the British Portraits exhibition in the October issue of Professional Photography Magazine.
Feature ahead of the opening of the British Portraits exhibition in North Wales.
From 1st Sept till 14th Oct my British Portraits exhibition will be on show at the Oriel Colwyn gallery in North Wales. The show features more than 60 images from my travels across Britain over the past five years. If you are in the area, do pop in.
An interview and a selection of my work printed in the German DigitalPhoto magazine. You can also read it online....assuming you can speak German!
Cover shot of Diana Athill's, Letters to a Friend, taken in Scotland a number of years ago.
An image from my Via Vauxhall book featured in the Independent Magazine's 'In the Frame' section.
A cover feature on the restaurateur Alan Yau for Financial Times Magazine. Yau launched the Wagamama and Hakkasan chains of restaurants. This feature is about his new venture, Park Chinois, in Mayfair, London.
A night image from Soho used on the cover of Dan Cavanagh's novel, Duffy. Kavanagh is a pen name that writer Julian Barnes used early in his career for this detective series.
A six-page feature on my Crossing Paths project in the Independent on Sunday Magazine, showing 36 images from the series. It is also available to view online.
My portrait of Nelson Mandela is featured in the commerative edition of Time Magazine. The portrait was shot in Downing Street, London.
Together with Michal Dzierza, I have completed a short video about the Crossing Paths series.