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This has been another crazy year in the world of press photography. The highlight for me was spending a week experiencing life inside one of the world’s most notorious prison camps; Guantanamo Bay.  Closely followed by travelling to Iraq to photograph the Iraqi Prime Minister. Here are my favourite pictures and experiences of 2013: I […]

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I was looking forward to this one – a week in Burma, also known as Myanmar, to photograph British Farmer David Cundall in his search for the missing Spitfires in the former capital Yangon. Waiting around for permission to join his team on the heavily army-controlled land, gave me the perfect opportunity to explore daily […]

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This year has been an incredible year for sport and I was fortunate enough to be at Euro 2012 and the London Olympics. It hasn’t been as dangerous as last year with trips to Libya and Egypt but has been equally as enjoyable. Here are my favourite pictures of the year and some other random […]

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Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries in the world but it’s also one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been to. I travelled to West Africa with model Tali Lennox and John McKie from Christian Aid to see the fantastic work that Christian Aid are doing to fight poverty. We drove across […]

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In my time as a press photographer I have stood outside more courts than I can remember to cover stories ranging from the Josef Fritzl case in Austria to the Louise Woodward trial in my home town of Chester. When someone is in custody it is becoming extremely rare to be able to get a […]

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Kuwait has never been on my list of places to visit but this was an easy job that turned out to be great fun. Sun reporter Gary O’Shea and I met up with millionaire Sheik Jassim Al Wathiqi and his family in Kuwait City and enjoyed his great hospitality before photographing him, his son Manof […]

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This year has been the craziest year of my life, I’ve witnessed two revolutions, two major earthquakes, riots in London and pretty much every other major news story! From photographing Colonel Gaddafi’s body in Libya to bumping in to Kate Middleton in a supermarket in Wales, these are my pictures of the year. Egyptian Revolution: […]

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I watched on TV at home in London as news came through of Col Gaddafi’s capture and death, by the following afternoon I was sat inside Gaddafi’s final hiding place in a drain in Sirte! Surrounded by bodies and with rebels celebrating with gunfire it was exactly how it must have been the day before. […]

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Spending the best part of nine hours on a Sunday stood on a 6 foot ladder is not my idea of a good time but it was all worth it as Paul McCartney and his new wife Nancy happily posed for photographs before and after yesterday’s wedding. Here are my pictures of the happy couple, […]

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I had an amazing week in Malawi with Christian Aid. A team of us including singer Beverley Knight went out there to document how Christian Aid are helping to fight the stigma surrounding HIV. Malawi goes straight to the top of my favourite African countries list as the people are the the friendliest I’ve ever […]

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