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Behind the scenes at 2020 Vision Project shoot

As some of you may know, I am contributing to the 2020 Vision Project where together with 100 other photographers across the UK we are volunteering our photography time to produce beautiful portraiture of NHS healthcare professionals to be actioned after the Covid-19 pandemic through an exhibition and book being planned. I’m delighted to share… Read More

Fighting Covid-19, diverse family businesses in the London Borough of Brent recognised and celebrated in my new photographic project, A Lifetime’s Work

I am proud to announce that @a_lifetimes_work, a photographic exhibition that celebrates and recognises the importance of family businesses in the London Borough of Brent is to launch May 4 2020 on Instagram, ( as part of Brent 2020, London Borough of Culture. This is something I have been developing and working on since last… Read More

Busy time for London’s pop-up headshot studio

It’s been a great and busy week helping clients get their perfect headshot portrait taken with my latest pop-up headshot studio which took place on Thursday in Golders Green, north west London. Since 2017 I’ve been organising pop-up headshot studio sessions across London that allow people from business men and women working in the city… Read More

It’s all about pooches on National Dog Photography Day

It’s National Dog Photography Day on July 26 and I love getting opportunities from time to time to take photos of people’s beloved pooches. Dogs can be fun and challenging and totally unpredictable. It’s the challenge of capturing that unique moment while trying to negotiate with a dog that I love. This is a recent… Read More

Hundred Heroines campaign showcasing great female photographers

Great evening last night being with The Association of Photographers and attending a private view of Representation on the Line II: (Un)framing our Identities which is part of the Royal Photographic Society’s Hundred Heroines campaign that is showcasing some great female photographers from the UK and across the world at The Old Telephone Exchange in… Read More

Exciting future plans and project for Bevis Marks Synagogue unveiled

It was wonderful to be at Bevis Marks Synagogue in the City of London last night and hear and capture some great moments about how its planned multi-million pound religious, educational and cultural centre will be developed with support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It was also exciting to hear that Prince Charles will… Read More

Thank you following my shortlisting for the Wellcome Photography Prize 2019

Now that the exhibition in London of the Wellcome Trust 2019 Photography Prize is over, just want to share a few words, well a paragraph or two. 😊 Making it to the Wellcome Trust Photography Prize shortlist has been an amazing journey in the last 12 months for Best Days Of Your Life. Recently, the… Read More

Deeply honoured to be at the Wellcome Photography PrIze 2019

I was deeply honoured tonight in London to be shortlisted for the international Wellcome Photography PrIze 2019 for a portrait from my Best Days Of Your Life series in the Outbreaks category (2019 theme). I am truly appreciative for my portrait, which seeks to remove the taboo of adolescent self-harm and empower the subject, to… Read More

Best Days Of Your Life portrait shortlisted for Wellcome Photography PrIze 2019

I am delighted and excited to announce that I have been shortlisted by the Wellcome Trust for its international Wellcome Photography PrIze 2019 for a portrait from my Best Days Of Your Life series in the Outbreaks category (2019 theme). All shortlisted entries can be viewed here: Best Days Of Your Life is a photographic… Read More

Soulful reflections through phototherapy

When my photographic journey began, I like many other casual photographers captured images for creative and aesthetic pleasure or simply to document moments in our lives. I never really considered the therapeutic benefits that photography can bring. Last week saw me deliver a talk and take part in a phototherapy symposium, which I had been… Read More