Photojournalism in London

For a photographer like me, living in London is extremely fortunate. The city is full of photographic opportunities, whether it’s formal events or everyday life. I love visiting and shooting new places and taking pictures of people I only just met. 

All the photos here were taken in London over the last decade. When I go out and shoot exteriors, I am inspired by the legendary photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the pioneers of street photography. Henri was born in 1908 and lived until the ripe old age of 95.  For Henri, waiting until you get the decisive moment was crucial. I always try to follow his example and wait until I feel that the very best moment has come up.

Poppies : Blood Swept Lands And Seas Of Red. Tower of London. 7th August 2014

Gay Pride in Trafalgar Square, London. 27 June 2015

Notting Hill Carnival, London. 31th August 2015

US President Barack Obama + Michelle Obama visiting Westminster abbey, London. 24th May 2011

A column of white light reaching high above the London sky has been switched on to mark 100 years since Britain entered World War One. 4th August 2014


Students took the streets of central London on a day when the government narrowly won the vote to increase tuition fees. 9th December 2010

Vigil held in Old Compton Street, Soho in London for victims of Orlando shooting. 13th June 2016

9/11 Vigil held in Central London. 11th September 2011

Riot in Tottenham. After Mark Duggan was shot and killed by police in Tottenham, north London. 7 August 2011

Street photography

High Street Kensington, London. 15th May 2011

Leicester Square, London, UK. 1th December 2016

London, Victoria. 29th October 2018

Soho, London, UK. 25th September 2018

Piccadilly Circus, London, UK. 25th December 2017

Soho, London, UK. 29th September 2018

Ladbroke Grove, London, UK. 26th August 2015

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