Every day I routinely check-in with LinkedIn to read and add my own posts, either business related or inspired stories alongside marketing ideas with aim to help further my professional practice. We're all incredibly busy, or are we're keeping up the illusion that we actually are very busy. Personally, I am incredibly busy. For instance two days ago I was in the heart of The City of London checking out location and venues for a corporate law firm photo shoot that I'm doing in a week time. The day was hot, and of course London was busy. The sounds and noise and collided together producing a constant cacophony as a backdrop to the hustle and bustle of the city.Read More
28 year old Iraqi, Almed Dhlea Aubaldi survived the bombing of the Amiriya bunker in Baghdad by American warplanes, but lost his both his parents, wife and children during the bombing raid. The blast took place in 1991 during the first Gulf war.
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17 year-old Orla, on how she copes with the situation of living with loneliness and isolation in a small Suffolk village.Read More
I doubt if many of us would question the importance of strong photography when communicating a charities messages or stories. Visual imagery on Social media is ubiquitous; you can't escape it. People connect better with images of other people. And for many non-profits where the privacy of beneficiaries is paramount, adequate and appropriate photography has to be appropriated to impact effectively and to communicate with your audience.Read More
My love for the medium of documentary photography comes from how it attempts to draw the view into into a particular story. This is undoubtedly an art, something that can take one years to perfect and master. Over the years there have been many 'masters' of this genre, to many to name here, but amongst some of my favourites are Irvin Penn, W.Eugene Walker, Mary Ellen Mark, Margaret Bourke-White, Gordon Parks, right up to more contemporary artists such as Pieter Hugo and Lynsey Addario.Read More
I've recently had the good fortune to have two of my recent photographs selected by two major photographic competitions, with both images taken from the same project which I'm currently collaborating on with the East Suffolk Association for the Blind. All my images from this series are a result of spending a good amount of time with each person connected with the project. Getting to know them, listening to their stories, understanding their fears and anxieties, alongside what also makes them happy and content.Read More