Based in Beijing, China – 7 years.
I am a British photojournalist specialised in photographing environmental issues in Asia and the developing world.
I finished a 1 year paid internship at Magnum Photos in their London office in 2005. Prior to this I graduated in Zoology from university in the UK.
2012 – Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – “Meltdown – Climate Change and Environmental Degradation on the Tibetan Plateau”
2011 – Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – “China’s Fragile Forests”
2011 – Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – “Drug Smuggling & North Korea” w/ Newsweek Magazine
2010 – Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – “Threatened Waters – China’s Wetlands”
2009 – Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – “China’s Growing Sands”
2005 – Travel Grant from Magnum Photos London to begin work in China.
2012 & 2013 – Photocrati Fund – Honorable Mention
2011 – 1st Prize Multimedia – Press Photographer’s Year
2011 – Pictures of the Year International Emerging Vision Nominee
2010 – Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalists – Multimedia Category Finalist
2009 – Earth Journalism Awards – Honorable Mention – Copenhagen Climate Conference
2008 – First Recipient of David Alan Harvey Fund for Emerging Photographers
2006 – Joan Wakelin Bursary Finalist – Royal Photographic Society
My work has appeared in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, The Globe and Mail, TIME Magazine, The Guardian, The Independent, Die Zeit, The British Journal of Photography and The Ecologist.
Notable online publications also include work with National Geographic, the New York Times, BBC News Online, Asia Society and China Dialogue.
My corporate clients include the United Nations, BMW and Yves Rocher.
I am represented by National Geographic Creative.
If you have any questions about me or my work, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact details listed above.