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01.12.15
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Calais
 
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The Jungle camp in Calais is home to 6000 refugees from the Middle East and Africa. After spending several weeks and several thousand dollars more and more people are arriving at this make shift refugee camp daily. To describe the Jungle as a camp is misleading as this is unlike any ‘refugee camp’ I’ve visited before. It’s a stretch of open muddy ground that the arrivals have made home out of old tents, tarpaulin and hand me down sleeping bags. The lucky ones get a donated broken down caravans or a garden shed to live in, these are reserved for families with young children.

Since my previous visit last year the port is now surrounded by four meter high fencing and patrolled by hundreds of French CRS riot police. What remote chance these people had of getting across the channel last year has been reduced to zero. This is a situation that will just get worse as the winter arrives.

I’ve donated an image to the charity Prints for Refugees which has been set up to raise funds to help bring some relief for the growing number of refugees arriving in Europe. The site has received donations from photographers which are all on sale.

The site link is here: http://www.printsforrefugees.com/shop/dharavi-mumbai-india-2009-by-adam-hinton
18.11.15
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What Women Want
 
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Was on a panel discussion on the subject of ‘What Women Want’. It was part of The Drum Network Awards day in London. The talk was around ‘femvertising’ which is this ridiculous phase about advertising to women. As the only man on the panel I hope I didn’t make too much of an arse of myself.
17.11.15
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Interview for YouPic
 
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Had a film crew from the people at YouPic around today to interview me about my work and how to balance commissions and personal work. The interview should be on-line in the new year.
16.11.15
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Creative Review awards
 
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Attended the Creative Review Photography Annual Awards last night. Both This Girl Can and the Princes Trust campaign are featured in this years annual.
03.11.15
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Screening of my film at Saatchi's
 
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After shooting for Saatchi’s in Spain last week I was asked to do a screening of my documentary film about the gang MS-13 at the agency in London. After showing the film we had a very constructive Q & A session.
26.10.15
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Land Rover
 
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As part of their involvement with the Rugby World Cup, Land Rover sent me around the world to photograph grassroots rugby. The brief was to celebrate the spirit and dedication of the men and women who play the game for fun, whatever the weather. I’ve put some of the imagery together in a web mag.


You can view it here
23.10.15
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Kenco Coffee V Gangs
 
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The Kenco Coffee v Gangs campaign I shot in Honduras has just won a Gold and a Silver at the Mediaweek Awards. It’s good to work on a campaign that doesn’t shy away from the issues!
19.10.15
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BJP
 
14.10.15
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This Girl Can
 
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shot several slow motion digital billboards for This Girl Can. This one's for Netball.
05.10.15
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Land Rover
 
17.09.15
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Asics
 
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Back in November last year 180Amsterdam asked me to work with them capturing members of the South African & Australian rugby teams off the back of a TV shoot.--break-- Just got the finished ad's back form the agency in time for the World Cup this week.
16.09.15
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Russia Today Interview
 
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I did an interview with Russia Today the other week.
04.09.15
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The Guardian
 
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With the release of my new book of the MS-13 Prison Portraits in El Salvador and had an interview with The Guardian. I was expecting an article about the book but it seems they wanted more of a profile about my career. Feels a bit strange reading it but I hope it comes across okay.
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