This portrait was taken during a commission by a group of lawyers representing 40,000 Kenyans in a case at the High Court in London. They were seeking compensation for torture, rape, wrongful detention and forced labour - alleging they were mistreated by British officials during the Mau Mau insurgency. It was...

For the past few months I've been carrying out a commission for FoodCycle - an organisation that "builds communities by combining volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to create nutritious meals for people at risk of food poverty and social isolation."...

In the run-up to the UK general election in 2015, like so many others, I decided to join the green party. The surge in support was so great it made headlines, and I explored the issue in my Green Surge work - bringing faces and voices to the stats that...

This month's image is one of the portraits I have taken of people involved in reducing the amount of edible food needlessly going to waste - a body of work I am entitling Food Waste Warriors, and accompanies a written interview with Saasha....

To celebrate 1000 years of Borough Market, photographers a photographic competition was organised called 'Hungry for Change', with photographers invited to submit images showing food, or how surplus food can be a 'creative solution to alleviate food poverty.' The initiative aimed to fundraise for the charity Plan Zheroes - an organisation...

My Green Surge project was a short-term project aimed at exploring the diversity of people who made a conscious decision to join the Green Party in the past 12 months. It took me across London - from Greenwich to Stoke Newington, Hoxton to Tooting...

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