Publications his work has appeared in, include:
The Observer and the Guardian newspapers and magazines (contract photographer), the times magazine and the Sunday Times, the Sunday Telegraph, the Independent and Independent on Sunday, New York Times Magazine, Red Bulletin Magazine, Newsweek, GQ Magazine and Der Speigel Magazine.
Andy’s commercial clients include Transport for London, and he has also worked as a stills photographer for Film Four, and Channel Four. Throughout his career, Andy has worked for aid agencies and NGO’s including Oxfam, Save the Children and Action Aid. Andy also works on a regular basis with UNHCR.
Andy has contributed to numerous exhibitions on subjects such as ; Angola, South Africa – the last days of apartheid, as well as Oxfam-sponsored exhibitions on the indian ocean tsunami, poverty and the arms trade, and ‘After the thaw’- an exhibition on the former Soviet Republics 20 years on. His portraits of film directors and celebrities have been shown in numerous getty-sponsored exhibitions around the world.
Andy has collaborated in book projects ranging from “montreal – eye on the metropolis”(2000), to the british press photography anthology – “Eyewitness; five thousand days”(2004), “Muhammad Ali – the glory years”(2002), as well as the book project “UK at home”(2008). His commissioned work on the ongoing hunger crisis in sub-saharan Africa was screened at visa pour L’image, Perpignan in 2012.
Andy is an established street photographer with a growing reputation, having had his work published in specialist magazines such as PDN (Photo District News) and Eyeshot magazine. He is also one of the winners of the PDN sponsored “Best of Street Photography 2016”, and has given talks on his work in the Street London Festival in 2017, and on Radio London in 2018, as well as running street photography workshops and judging street photography competitions on the “Photocrowd” photography website.
Andy’s portfolio is available on request.
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