2013 Review – Part 5: July-August

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.

On Hiroshima Day I had a final opportunity to photograph Hetty Bower who spoke briefly at the event. She died in November, aged 108.  I was away for two weeks of the month, including a week in Edinburgh, where I took some time off from the festival to photograph the Scottish Defence League and the protest against them.


SOAS Cleaners’ Independence Day

Divided Families Day

Against Undercover Police in Protests

Swan Upping

London University Cleaners Protest

UK Uncut HSBC Food Banks

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Rev Billy at HSBC

Save Legal Aid


Victory Celebration at Vedanta AGM

Al Quds Day March

End Zero Hours Contracts – Sports Direct

Cleaners in John Lewis Westfield

Stop MI6 Lies About Shaker Aamer

Hiroshima Day

Against Live Animal Exports

Putin, ‘Hands Off Queers!’

SDL and UAF in Edinburgh

Obama Don’t Attack Syria

Counihans Celebrate Anniversary


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

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