This shot was taken using a medium format film camera - a secondhand Hasselblad C2001, that I bought at the beginning of the year. This was the last shot of the roll, and I asked a reluctant Magda, moje piękne kochanie, to briefly pose for me....

FareShare is a UK-based charity with a logistics network that collects and receives food from supermarkets and manufacturers, that might otherwise have been needlessly wasted. They have 21 Regional Centres, allowing them to reach 1,500 towns and cities, and redistribute food to almost 10,000 different charities - from homeless hostels, and...

This is Sophie from Elysia Catering - a social enterprise that buys food that would otherwise go to waste at a reduced rate from artisan producers, and creates delicious breakfasts and canapés. This shot was taken during a shoot for Jellied Eel magazine, who were writing a feature on Sophie and...

Dan, who heads up the Michelin-starred Blue Hill Farm restaurant in New York, decided to host a pop-up restaurant on top of Selfridges in the heart if London. There were many aspects of this venture that made it unique, but it’s raison d’être was to raise awareness about the issue...

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...

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