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  • Not in my name November 17, 2015 / Essays, News Processed with VSCOcam with x1 preset

    I understand why governments need to reassure us in the wake of the horrific attacks on Paris and Beirut. But to retaliatory violence I say: not in my name.

  • #CharlieHebdo cover: a huge opportunity missed January 14, 2015 / Blog, Essays, News Surveillance

    Charlie Hebdo’s defiant comeback flies in the face of recent violent attacks on freedom of expression. But have they got the message right?

  • Finalist: London Life Competition July 24, 2014 / Blog, News, Photos

    Finalist: London Life Competition   This image from my Characters collection is in the final …

  • Dash for gold: Stratford 5 weeks before London 2012 June 22, 2012 / Essays, News, Video London 2012 Olympic Mascot at Westfield

    Today I took a walk around the new Olympic Park’s perimeter, starting at Hackney Wick, passing through the flashy new Westfield shopping centre and ending up in Stratford’s original high street. The area’s seen some major changes, but will the Games realise its promise of economic regeneration?

  • Clapham’s cleaning army August 9, 2011 / Blog, News, Photos Clapham's riot cleanup army await instructions to start cleaning up the streets

    Following a night of indiscriminate looting, the residents of Clapham responded to a #riotcleanup Twitter campaign to reclaim their streets.

  • Anti-hate crime vigil, Trafalgar Square October 31, 2009 / Blog, News, Photos Young man in yellow jacket and blue cap at canle lit vigil

    London’s Trafalgar Square was dressed in candle light and solidarity last night as thousands gathered in a vigil to express their opposition to hate crime. This follows the death of 62-year-old Ian Baynham, who sustained critical injuries as a result of a homophobic attack.