The People’s Vote March drew a crowd pegged at a million people flooded the streets of London on Saturday 23 March, protesting the disastrous policy and calling on a new referendum.Read More
Hundreds of thousands of Australians took to the streets on Friday as they called for greater action on the climate emergency in more than 100 cities and towns across the country.Read More
Well over a million people took to the streets of London to make sure this year’s celebration the largest ever. Parade groups marched through London bursting with colour, music and dance as they marked 50 years since the Stonewall uprising in New York.Read More
Where golden beaches beckon and beautiful countryside awaits, you'll find a welcome as warm and sunny as the weather. For a truly memorable holiday under the sun, holidays to Skiathos, Greece have it all, for couples and families alike.
Holidays in Skiathos welcome families and couples looking to relax on picturesque, sandy beaches and offer great opportunities for daytime activities with kids of all ages, as well as superb evening entertainment in everything from lively bars to restaurants…Read More
Chanting “Donald Trump has got to go,” nearly 250,000 of thousand protesters marched through London on Friday 13 July waving banners and banging pots to demonstrate against the U.S. president on his first official visit to Britain…Read More
Four people, including one police officer, were injured as rioters dressed in all black smashed windows, torched cars and also hurled petrol bombs after a call on social media for a “revolutionary day”.Read More
Chinese New Year has once again rolled through China Town in London for another year. Large crowds descended into central london to celebrate the occasion and to experience a small glimpse of the traditional yearly celebrations...Read More
World Zombie Day, now in it's 11th year, is an annual charity walk where fans of the Zombie Culture joint together to raise money for charity. The London leg of WZD saw hundreds of participants dragged their feet through the streets of Camden, Kings Cross and Central providing a rather interesting and unusual scenes in London...Read More
A few mates and myself were contacted by the folks over at 500px.com to be featured in article titled "Up All Night Photographing the London Tube". The article gives you a small glimpse of what it's like to photograph the underground, the people we come across, the scenes we see and of course the stragglers that get left behind.
Heres a little snippet from the article...Read More
The following images document the protest march and candlelight vigil that occurred on Friday 16th of June 2017. Only a few days after the Grenfell tragedy...Read More
Demonstrators clashed with police in London over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa, a 25 year old black man who passed away six day after being arrested officers. The police watchdog, used force and CS spray against Da Costa during his arrest...Read More
A huge pillow fight involving over a thousand people took place in London on April 1st, 2017.
Armed with pillows of all sizes, participants of all ages and backgrounds congregated in Kennington Park to take part in the annual International Pillow Fight Day.Read More
Tottenham and Millwall fans collided with police before the the quarter-final match outside White Heart Lane..Read More
From May 12-14 I will be exhibiting at the Street Photography exhibition "Street Sans Frontères" in Paris. The exhibition will showcase street photography by international artists from across 5 continents...Read More
Tens of Thousands of people joined a protest against Donald Trump in London on Saturday 4th of February following the US President's controversial travel ban...Read More
Protests across the UK was against President Trump’s crackdown on immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, and his suspension of the refugee campaign. The protests in London we joined by other demonstrations in other cities around the UK including Manchester, Cardiff, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The UK protests were also fuelled by Prime Minister Theresa May’s lackustre response to Presidents Trump crackdown.Read More