The Stroke Association

City Road, EC1
  July 2022  
Great to see my portrait of stroke survivor, Baz, in the window of The Stroke Association HQ in London.
I photographed Baz a few times, both in his home with his family and for the Stroke Association’s first TV ad in the studio. You can read more about his journey here -

IG Group

Cannon Bridge House, London EC4
  June 2022  

It was great to be back at IG Group this year to photograph their Board members for their forthcoming Annual Report. Big thanks to all the team, especially Hasini, for project managing all of the shoots.

Brunswick/Anglo American

Bench Cafe, EC1
  20th March 2022  

Thanks to Brunswick for the commmsion to take some behind-the-scenes of their video shoot with Duncan Wanblad, the new Chief Executive of Anglo American.
Duncan was interviewed by Agathe Bukasa, Sustainability Integration and Impact Principal.

IG Group

Cannon Bridge House, London EC4
  7th December 2021  

Huge thanks ! to IG Group for inviting me to photograph their Ex-Co team - including June Felix, CEO - and 20 more employees, to be used as part of their forthcoming rebranding campaign.
It was great fun meeting everyone and I think we got some brilliant portraits that really sum up the IG vibe...!

See more here in my Commisisons portfolio.

UNICEF Print Sale

St Paul’s Cathedral Exhibition, London
  4th Sept 2021  

**UPDATE** A total of £450 was raised for @Unicef on Sunday - BIG THANKS to all who came and bought a print!

My 2018 MUDLARK exhibition prints will be on sale this weekend @StPaulsCathedralLondon.
I'm selling them to raise money for children's charity @Unicef TOMORROW Sunday 5th September @StPaulsCathedralLondon - 10am-4pm.

These prints and my mudlark portraits are on display as part of a bigger mudlarking exhibition, Hands on History, part of the @thamesfestivaltrust September festival line-up.
LOCATION The exhibition gallery (Wren Suite) is located on the lower ground floor between the cathedral bookshop and cafe. The main entrance to the gallery is on ground floor across from Paul’s cafe on the northwest side of the cathedral.