- November 25th, 2014
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“I went to Kiev shortly after the gunning down, by sniper fire, of 100 protesters in the Maidan protests in Kiev in February 2014. There was an interesting contrast of debris from months of protest covered in soot from endless fires. Floral memorials had been placed everywhere in the square, on barricades, barbed wire and riot shields. Despiet the incredibly sombre atmosphere, the colour of the flowers seemed to shine through some semblance of hope.”
I am a freelance documentary cameraman, filmaker and photographer based in UK. I studied photography at Plymouth College of Art in the late 1970’s, was the staff photographer and member of the diving team that excavated and raised the wreck of King Henry VIII’s flagship, Mary Rose. I have filmed many award winning documentaries all over the world, and have also filmed in several war zones – Gaza, Iraq, Crimea, Sierra Leone, Central African Republic etc, taking still pictures along the way. I am most interested in landscape photography, and trying to find the unusual in the usual…
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