It's hard to believe it's been a year since I was enjoying some time down in Southern Portugal. It was a great trip, and I have some wonderful memories of my time there....

I’ve been documenting the issue of food waste since 2014. From the outset I wanted to share my journey, rather than build a body of work to show later on, and so I built a dedicated website - Food Is Wasted....

Impact Hub King's Cross is a co-working space and social enterprise, based in King's Cross, London. They are part of an international network of co-working spaces, and provide space and support to other social enterprises, charities, small businesses and freelancers....

This portrait was taken during a shoot and interview I organised with Ed for an article I was producing for Village Raw magazine.The article was on biodiversity loss, and linking a critical global issue with action that is and can be taken be taken locally. The article is available no Thursday in the printed magazine, available throughout North London, and will be available online in a few months time....

Since landing in London 12 years ago, I've lived in many different areas - from the borders of Wimbledon Common all the way to London Fields, and now I'm based in the North, in the borough of Haringey.In all that time I'd never really engaged with my local community in any meaningful way - instead my friends and connections were scattered across London, and as such I didn't feel connected to any one location, but instead to London itself....

At the weekend I started a new personal project on where nature and the industrial, human-built environment meet. The unsustainability of our industrial systems - such as those for the production of food, clothing, energy, or consumer electronics - is gradually seeping into the public consciousness....

Everyone who engages with members of the public, or other members of their industry, needs a headshot. Be it for your website or latest catalogue, it's a vital means of visually representing you, your company, and your work....

In late 2005 I started working as a tour leader and responsible tourism officer for a well-known adventure tour company. My first posting was to Egypt – the place where all new tour leaders were sent to shadow more experienced leaders, learning the ropes before being given their own groups to lead....

It’s hard to believe 2018 is over already! Maybe it’s age, maybe it’s the relentless pace of life in London, but the past 12 months seem to have gone by so fast.Before being catapulted into 2019, I thought I would take the time to reflect on my experiences over the past year, and share some of the highlights and new developments....

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...

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...

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...

After my experiences taking portrait photographs of the Islington Green Party candidates, I was trying to think of ways in which I could help the Green Party further...