Here’s a selection of my photos. For updates on the latest galleries added to my photography website or to see where else my photos have appeared just scroll down below the slideshow.
Empty Towers – a photo in The Economist of the King Abdullah Financial District, which is being built on the edge of the Saudi capital Riyadh, alongside my story about the development.
Things Are Looking Up, a collection of my photographs taken at 90 degrees, published by Blurb. The book features photos from China, Colombia, the Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Italy, Jordan, Malta, Norway, Qatar, the UAE and the UK. To take a look inside the book click here.
TUC march through central London protesting against government cuts, on Demotix.
20 October, 2012
Italian soldiers guard the Syrian embassy in Rome, on Demotix.
Purple - a photo from Mali, in The Guardian.
1 June, 2012
Some of my photos are now available to buy via the Corbis Images photo library.
Photos from India, now up on my photography website.
Looking for Aung San Suu Kyi – a photo from Burma in Index on Censorship.
Prayers at the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem on Demotix.
Ethan & Johan – one of my photos used in connection with a short film by ballet dancers Johan Kobborg and Ethan Stiefel, on the MDM blog.
More photos from Burma / Myanmar.
Looking for Aung San Suu Kyi – photos from Burma / Myanmar on Demotix.
Divorce and refugees – new photos from Malta.
Friday prayers outside the Husseini mosque in Amman, Jordan – featured in the February in Pictures roundup on Not on the Wires. including one of mine, on Not on the Wires.
Photos and words from Jordan on Sojourn Posse.
Prayers, police and protests: new photos from Jordan.
Cairo, Siwa and Alexandria: new photos from Egypt.
The Royal Ballet’s Four Onegins on The Ballet Bag.
Photo of Abdullah bin Hamad al Attiyah, Energy Minister of Qatar, used as the cover image of MEED magazine.
12 February 2010
Two photos used in The Economist in week-long series of articles on China (the Monday and Tuesday images).
Mali - a series of 8 photos used in The Economist in week-long series of articles on the country.