Crispin Hughes (3) More files... born
Active consent is characteristic of Crispin's documentary photography of social issues, working with the people involved to make un-contrived but collaborative pictures. Current clients in the UK and overseas (particularly African countries) include Oxfam, the UN, Red Cross, the Fire Brigade, The Alzheimers Society, Leonard Cheshire, the National Treatment Agency and several London hospitals.
Freelance and commissioned work appears in the Economist and the national press and has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, the Photographer's Gallery, the Impressions, Candid and Metro galleries, Cambridge Darkroooms, Camerawork and at Photofusion.
His book 'Pressure Underground' (2001) accompanied an exhibition with London Transport and his visually innovative work with RNID helped win the Popcomm award in 2002.
The first day of the Climate Camp at Blackheath, the latest in a series of...
26/08/2009
Putting up tents on the first day of the Climate Camp at Blackheath, the...
26/08/2009
Putting up tents on the first day of the Climate Camp at Blackheath, the...
26/08/2009
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