Documentary and editorial photographer originally from Kent in the UK now based in Tokyo, Japan specialising in taking images of social and environmental issues, cultural documentary and environmental portraiture.
Images have been commissioned by or published in: The LA Times, The Guardian, The Independent and Independent on Sunday, The Times and Sunday Times, The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, the Wall Steet Journal, The Daily Mirror, The Irish Mirror, The Daily Mail-online, The Daily Star, The Sun, Metro newspaper, The New York Post, The Indian Times, The Toronto Star, The New Zealand Herald, La Figaro, The Japan Times, The Sankei Express, Time magazine, The Economist magazine, La Figaro, City magazine, Urban Land magazine, BCCJ Acumen magazine, France Culture Papiers magazine, ASIAlyst magazine, GEOlino magazine, Roads magazine, Conde Nast magazine, Discovery Channel, Icon magazine, Monocle magazine, Eurobiz magazine, Business Insider magazine, Metropolis magazine, Eye-ai magazine, Nuts magazine, Maxim magazine, Global Adventure magazine, Climber magazine, Active magazine, Game Informer magazine, Frommer's guidebooks, Climbers Club guidebooks and The BMC Summit magazine among others.
I also shoot commercial work for clients that have included: Hughes PR (Australia); Bostock and Politt (UK); Panasonic (Australia); Blackie McDonald (Australia); FCI Creative (US); Iberselec (Spain): UD Trucks (Japan) Mercure Hotels (Japan) and Sigma (Japan).
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A helmet belonging to a student activist with Zengakren (All Japan Federation of Students’ Autonomous Body) at a demo march outside Hosei university, Ichigaya, Tokyo, Japan Friday April 23rd 2010
Prayer for Peace
Kunio Hatoyama, a politician with the Liberal Democratic Party, hold a dove before releasing it as a prayer for peace at Yasukuni Shrine. On August 15th every year people gather at Yasukuni Shrine to commemorate the end of the Pacific War. Notionally a call for remembrance and continued peace it is also a Mecca for right wing nationalist including the paramilitary Uyoku Dantai. Tokyo, Japan, August 15th 2009