Bringing colour and life to the words on a page, a single image can captivate the viewer’s attention in a profound way. While providing an important visual record of events, a compelling image can evoke emotion and encourage the viewer to engage in a story, draw attention to an issue, and, in some cases, contribute to a change in policy.

Inspired by the work of great photographers whose timeless photographs are etched into our collective memory, I decided to pursue a career as a freelance photojournalist after completing a degree in Politics, striving to capture images that contribute an insight into the human cost of political and military conflicts, and humanitarian and environmental crises.

Editorial clients include The Sunday Times, The Sunday Times Magazine, The New York Times, Geographical Magazine, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Women’s Health Magazine, Middle East Eye, Der Spiegel, the Associated Press, Greenpeace Magazine, and the Institute for Middle East Understanding, among others.

To see more of my photojournalism work visit the projects page.