This is the first of four images depicting women taking to the streets of central London in protest of mistreatment and inequalities
One of the protesters in the Fawcett Society March Against Government Cuts to Women's Services and Employment
Downtime at the end of the Million Women Rise March
Part of my series documenting the small fishing communities around the coast of the UK. There is no harbour at Cromer so the fishing fleet have beach their boats and bring them up to the high tide line by tractors before unloading their catch
Aptly named fishing boat working out of Seahouses on the Northumberland Coast
This iconic boat of protest occupied centre stage at the Extinction Rebellion Occupation of Oxford Circus in Central London
Climate Activists finding creative ways to tell the story the damage clothing manufacture does to our environment
XR Climate Activists having some temporary relaxation whilst holding the occupation of Waterloo Bridge
Police arresting an XR activist during an XR occupation of Parliament Square
These next six images are part of two unfinished projects interrupted by the COVID pandemic. The first set of three tell the story of Brightlingsea Life saved from closure by local crowdfunding.
Clive is the manager of Brightlingsea Lido and passionate about its restoration. The pump room is his pride and joy
Three of the volunteers at the Lido who are helping with its restoration on a shoestring budget
My friend, local counsellor, several times Mayor and champion of people's rights.
Case work at Gina's twice monthly community surgeries
Helped by Gina on a number of occasions she calls Gina "My Angel Gina"