December saw the launch of the first ever Documentary Photography Review podcast - a project that aims to interview documentary photographers from across the globe - to discuss their evolution and experiences as a photographer, as well as a recent body of work and sources of inspiration. The key...

I have been very quiet in the way of blog posts for some time now - not having posted at all in 2013. Well there's a good reason for that, which is Documentary Photography Review - a group/organisation/platform I've set up to help support those who wish to explore documentary photography. I have...

It's been about 8 months since I last went to a darkroom, and it was so great to get back into the art of printing from black and white negatives. This time I went to Chats Palace, which is a lot smaller and more basic compared to Photofusion, but ultimately at...


The Refugee Council plays a vital role in providing support for asylum seekers and refugees who come to the UK, and provides a wide range of services - from free support to families and individuals in their own language, to lobbying and campaigning for positive change to current policies.

I've always been drawn towards black and white images, and have wanted to have access to a darkroom to experiment in for a very long time, and to explore yet another element of the art of photography. So before the festive season began, I finally went on a course to...

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