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Climate Action strangled by Tar Sands

At a high level conference on climate change at London's Chatham House, campaigners from the UK Tar Sands Network staged a dramatic piece of street theatre right at the entrance. Conference attendees, including Peter Kent himself, were greeted by the disturbing...

Bringing the Ice to Shell

Following unprecedented melting rates and a record low for the arctic sea ice minimum, activists from the Climate Justice Collective built a wall of ice at the door of Shell's London Headquarters to protest the ongoing drilling in this fragile region. Guardian article...

Culture Beyond Oil Magazine

'Not if but when: Culture Beyond Oil' is a publication that sets out to discuss oil sponsorship of the arts.  The single issue, limited edition publication features artworks in dialogue with the BP Gulf of Mexico catastrophe and articles that...

HRH Charlie and some Chocolate Cake.

Covering a shift for Archant papers and who should decide to visit Trinity Buoy Wharf but HRH Prince Charles.  Here he is popping into The Driftwood Cafe for a chat with the proprietress Amanda Shadbolt.  She makes a very fine chocolate cake, so fine that Charlie took...

Liberate Tate at Tate Britain – Human Cost

Artists from activist group Liberate Tate stage a performance in Tate Britain on the anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon explosion that killed 11 workers and released 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. A naked member of the group has had an oil-like...

UkUncut – Chiswick Vodaphone

On a sunny Saturday morning, an unsuspecting Vodaphone store was turned into a pop up elderly Day Centre, complete with plucky pensioners, tea and fondant fancies and musical accompaniment.  This is my favourite snap of the day.. Write up and more photos here (pics...

Local Press

Since 2004 I have taken pictures for various local newspapers; The Hackney Gazette, East London Advertiser and The Docklands, which has always been an interesting insight into the lives of regular Londoners.

Hackney Living Library

The launch of the Hackney Living Library, a permanent organic seed swap.  Growers can donate, propagate and exchange organically grown seeds, protecting and celebrating the diversity of food grown in Hackney. Find out more or get involved over at their Facebook...

Camp for Climate Action

Direct action against the causes of climate change, sustainable living, education and movement building; these were the four basic objectives that brought diverse groups of people from across the UK together over the summers of 2006 - 2010,...

Liberate Tate – Collapse

Three figures dressed in black entered the north room of the British Museum and ritualistically poured oil from large eggs bearing BP logos in front of an Easter Island statue, an emblem of a lost civilisation. No artefacts were harmed in the making of this...