EAT WHAT YOU GROW
I photographed Alys Fowler's new book 'Eat What you Grow'. I had the pleasure of documenting Alys’ beautiful garden over the course of a year to capture the amazing, diverse world of polycultures and witness the growth of some delicious food. 🥕🥬🌽🌶
BEAUTIFUL illustrations by @ankadabrowskaart perfectly design by @carolmontpart + @alisawelbyavailable at all good bookshops of course!
New shoot for The Lissome Magazine can be found online now. I explore a number of nature related stories with Emma Latham-Phillips.
Former Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson for Runners World UK.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES
3 years ago today FT journalist Madison Marriage exposed sexual misconduct at The Presidents Club annual charity dinner. The event, with invitations exclusively extended to leading male figures in business, politics and entertainment, had over 360 guests tended by 130 ‘scantily dressed hostesses’. The fundraising dinner, now disbanded, had been a mainstay of London’s social calendar for 33 years, yet the activities had remained largely unreported.
In her undercover report Madison wrote that the hostesses were subject to groping, lewd comments, requests to join guests in their bedrooms, questions whether they were prostitutes and one attendee even exposing himself.
Portrait for The FT.
Forest The Hayward Gallery
Delighted to see my book Forest: Walking Among Trees featured by the Hayward Gallery as part of their ‘Among The Trees’ Exhibition collection. This curation brings together artworks that explore our relationships with trees and forests - the book was chosen and is available to buy in the Southbank Centre shop! for more information vis the Hayward Gallery website or visit the collection here
Geoff Print + Frame
The exclusive limited edition Dahlia Geoff framed handprint has sold out - thank you to everyone who bought one. I will be releasing more limited edition prints soon please check out my shop for more info.
The Earth Issue Freedom Fundraiser
The Earth Issue's Freedom Fundraiser is a print sale created to raise funds for bail contributions and to support organisations fighting for social justice. In response to recent events and the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the police, The Earth Issue and its collaborating artists wish to do our part to support the Black Lives Matter movement. The Earth Issue Freedom Fundraiser features work generously donated by more than 300 artists and photographers around the world, including Tom Johnson, Harley Weir, Jack Davison and Ronan Mckenzie.