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Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2017

I'm happy to announce that my portrait has been included in this years National Portrait Gallery, Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2017. Private and Press view is early next week and the show is open to the public from 16th November. 

The image selected is from the series "Results Day" developed whilst on a short commission for the organisation Ark. I spent the morning of the A-Level Results and GCSE results at a South London school in 2016.

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Also from the same series, the below portrait of the girl was selected for this year's BJP Portrait of Britain  as part of a national public exhibition. 

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The Ned

In May I photographed a selection of delicious plates of food from each of the restaurants at The Ned in Bank, London. 

Here's some of the shots from the day. 

Kaia 

Kaia 

Zoblers

Zoblers

Cecconi's

Cecconi's

Malibu Kitchen 

Malibu Kitchen 

Photographer: Natasha Alipour-Faridani

Photo Assistant: Milo Belgrove 

Tom Daley & Kerianne Payne for GLL

Last week I photographed GB Olympic diver Tom Daley and double world champion 10k open water and olympic silver medalist swimmer Kerianne Payne. The shoot was for GLL Better gyms marketing material. 

I had roughly 20-30mins per portrait, we were pushed for time but really happy with the results. Both great people to meet and photograph.

Here's a few shots from the shoot:

MacMillan Coffee Morning Editorial feature.

A few months ago I worked with food stylist/chef Olivia Bennett on a cake shoot for Macmillan Cancer Support's coffee morning adetorial. The shoot and recipes to inspire your coffee morning was featured in various publications, including Hello Magazine. 

A few shots from the shoot:

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A-Level & GCSE Results Day Shoot

I've had the pleasure of photographing young adults receive their A-Level & GCSE results. Was great to be around such upbeat energy, hope and aspiration. Good luck to all the kids out their moving onto the next chapter of their lives. 

Photographed for Ark Online