2013 Review – Part 4: May-June

Continuing my review of my own work – around 120,000 exposures – from 2013, these are some of my personal favourites from the year from my landscape format images which form the bulk of my work. The captions link to the stories from which the pictures come – and in a few cases there are two pictures from the same event.


Cleaners at Clifford Chance

London’s 101st May Queen

Boishakhi Mela Procession

End Israeli Ethnic Cleansing

London Marches to Defend NHS

Bring Shaker Home

Daddy’s Pig heads for the Trough

Lawyers Funeral for Legal Aid

Muslims march for Lee Rigby


London Supports Turkish Spring

Anti-Fascists Stop BNP Wreath Laying

Cull Politicians, Not Badgers

Save Legal Aid & British Justice

For and against Gay Marriage

London University Security Guards

Outrage outside G4S AGM

J11 Carnival against Capitalism

‘They Owe Us’ G8 Protest

Turks continue fight

Waiting for Assange

TUC Support for Turkish Protests

Dykes March

Gurdwara Rebuilt After Arson

Cleaners Surprise Senate House Invasion

UAF Oppose, EDL Don’t Come

Pride Celebrates Love and Marriage

Morsi must go say Egyptian People


My London Diary : Buildings of London : River Lea/Lee Valley : London’s Industrial Heritage

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