A recent commission to photograph a set of images of Kehinde Andrews; academic and author of Afro-Caribbean heritage. His name Kehinde is a yoruba name of a second born of the twin. He is an associate professor of Sociology at Birmingham City University, the director of the Centre for Critical Social Research, founder of the Organisation of Black Unity, and co-chair of the Black Studies Association.He is "the UK’s first professor of black studies. His most recent book is titled 'Back to Black'.
Image of Nawal El Saadawi shot for Newsweek; Egyptian feminist writer, activist, physician, and psychiatrist. She has written many books on the subject of women in Islam, paying particular attention to the practice of female genital mutilation. She has been described as "the Simone de Beauvoir of the Arab World".
Here are recent shots of leading women in politics, Prime Minister Theresa May, British Liberal Democrat Jo Swinson and Labour politician Angela Rayner. Shot in Downing Street and in the House of Commons.
I was recently asked to photograph the Prime Minister, Theresa May at 10 Downing Street. A tricky shoot from the outset. I presumed time would be tight: details their end were at best vague.
Access was heavily restricted so it was just me and whatever I could carry. Time was tight; very tight; three minutes from first to last frame.
To mark International Women’s Day, I was sent up to Edinburgh a few weeks back to photograph Sarah Brown. She was speaking to Director magazine about her new campaign for gender equality, women in leadership and politics. Here are a few images from the shoot.
I was recently sent to Brussels for a few days by ES Magazine to shoot the launch of ‘Politico’ a newspaper and website focusing on the world of politics. The rolling news site originates from Washington and has invigorated political reporting state-side. I spend a few days shooting a documentary feature on the new Brussels edition as it hopes to recreate its success in Europe….out in today’s ES magazine.