Alex Binnie

I photographed Alex Binnie last week for a book project I’m working on about the history of tattoos. He’s one of the featured artists and was right in the midst of hanging a new show of artwork at his studio: Into You. Here’s a shot from the first edit that has got that special something…

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100 Ideas That Changed Street Style

First some stats, who doesn’t like a list? 18 months, 3000 images sourced, 35 contributors, 300 images used 100 Ideas That Changed Street Style is published by Laurence King today, and as the Picture Editor, I’m very proud of it!! An authentic look at the history of street fashion and subcultures from the past 70…

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Traverse 50 exhibition

Just got the press release through, what a fantastic lead picture, I wonder who the photographer could be… Behind the scenes…

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One to watch-Phil Clarke-Hill-Photojournalist

Phil Clarke-Hill is a photographer I’ve worked with a few times, back when I was running the picture desk at Bizarre magazine. When he came to see me with his book, he was just beginning in his career. His work was good, quite raw. As I recall he’d gone off to Bolivia photographing shoe shine…

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Fangorn and then some

Recently I updated my main site with this image, recently shot in Wales of Fangorn, the tiger plus a few of my key portraits as well. It’s the first time in the furry series that two fandoms have crossed paths. A furry recently joked “What do furries got that Trekkies don’t?” — A fandom that…

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50 States in 30 Days-An interview with Mark Chilvers-Photographer

Mark Chilvers started as a photographer with The Independent in 1998. Since then he’s not only shot numerous assignments for the Indy and Sindy ( Independent on Sunday) but has developed a real taste for travel reportage photography and portraiture to boot. Clients include The Guardian Weekend, The Observer, The Independent, Time magazine, Stern and…

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At Home With The Furries and The Sunday Times Magazine

The aim of my photo project: At Home With The Furries has been and always will be to make a book and exhibition with the images. About a year ago, at one of the regular furry meets, I was having a catch-up with my furry friends and I spoke to them about getting the series…

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A conversation with Neville Elder-Photographer and Film-maker

Neville Elder is a photojournalist and portrait photographer from Somerset. He’s based in New York and counts The Times, Independent, The Guardian and of course Bizarre magazine along his regular clients. Neville started his photographic career shooting for local news in Somerset, graduated to the Nationals and became an Englishman in New York. His portraits…

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