All of our advertising is certified by Google and therefore may be viewed safely. APRATIM SAHA Apratim Saha, being a senior executive of a pharmaceutical company in Kolkota, finds very little time to enjoy his childhood hobby of photojournalism which is now enriched with more than 20 years of experience in this field of art. This has however not stopped his works from being published in many magazines, newspapers and websites including online publications of various humanitarian, educational religious organizations. Recently he became a member of National Geographic Stock Photography Born in Dorset England, McKell studied graphic design at Exeter College of Art 1974-79 before moving to London in 1980 where he now works in fashion, advertising and social documentary. During the 80s, McKell photographed a completely unknown Madonna for her first magazine cover. She went to number one in the British charts the following week. He spent four years 1995-8 directing commercials and winning awards but returned to photography in 1999 to concentrate on personal work. During this time he made a short film documentary about the underground Rave scene called Quest and directed pop videos. For the last 6 years, McKell has run Photo Salons from his studio in west London co-hosted by photographer Alice Hawkins and curator  Flora Fairbairn and at the same time, Salons at the Whitechapel Gallery and the Serpentine gallery. McKell published his first book in 2004 entitled Fashion Forever, documenting British and American youth movements from Hip Hop to Trance Jungle parties. He has most recently shot a fashion story with Kate Moss, and horse-drawn travellers in Somerset England for V magazine. Contributions to: Italian Vogue, luomo Vogue, Cassa Vogue, English Vogue, French Vogue, Dutch fashion magazine Zoo, Tank, Italian Flair, New York V magazine, The Face, i-D, Vice, The Observer, Sunday Times, Independent, New York WSJ, The Telegraph, British GQ, and 125 magazine . Features on Books Saturday Times, The Sunday Times, The New York Times Hot Shoe, BJP, Professional Photo and many more . Commissions Levis, Wranglers, JigSaw, Max&co, Red Stripe, Vladivar, Tia Maria, Mercedes Heineken, Kit Kat, Carlsburg   McKell lives in London with his daughter. Jenny Matthews has worked as a photographer since 1982. Her work has  been commissioned and published in a wide range of international magazines including Marie Claire, Guardian Weekend magazine, The Sunday Times, The Independent Magazine, Night and Day magazine and the Independent on Sunday Review. She has done substantial work for development organisations (including Save the Children, Action Aid, Oxfam, Christian Aid, Sight Savers) particularly in Latin America, Middle East, Africa and South East Asia. Matthew’s book Women and War was published in 2003 by Mets and Shilt in Holland, Pluto Press in UK and University of Michigan in USA. It was short-listed for the John Kobal book award and was highly commended. The exhibition ‘Women and War’ was shown in London, Newcastle, Aberystwyth and Nottingham in 2003/4, and in The Imperial War Museum, Manchester, and St Mungo’s Museum, Glasgow in 2005. Dr Andy Gotts MA is a photographer based in London, England and New York. He is most noted for his black and white portraits of Hollywood actors and singers. Since 1990 Gotts' work has been published internationally and has appeared in many magazines, including; GQ, Empire, FHM, Total Film, Stern, French Vogue, Italian Vogue, Glamour, El Mundo, OK Salute!, Marie Claire, io Donna; as well as weekend newspaper supplements and advertising campaigns. The National Portrait Gallery holds a selection of his photographs in their permanent collection and in 2009 Gotts was honoured with the presentation of the Fox Talbot Award. In 2011 Gotts was conferred the degree Doctor of Arts by De Montfort University. Gotts is noted for his magnum opus 'Degrees'. This was a coffee table book and exhibitions inspired by the game, the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. John Free is a social documentary/street photographer who lives in Los Angeles. His photographic essays range from railroad tramps in California to automobile abstracts to London and Paris street life. His "End of the line" project took place in the Los Angeles freight yards, where he photographed railroad "Tramps" daily for ten years. "I photographed these severely damaged and tragic men and women, who, because of a personal tragedy in their lives, the war, the woman, the bottle, were forced to the dangerous lifestyle of riding freight trains. Eventually they come to Los Angeles which is the farthest west one can travel on a train. John has been inspiring to photographers of all ages and skill levels for many years through teaching sold-out classes and workshops in street photography in Los Angeles, New York and Paris.  Part stand-up and part evangelist, he speaks from the heart to inspire new generations of photographers. He is also involved with several non-profit organizations teaching inner-city kids the excitement and power they can get from being dedicated photographers John's work has been featured in numerous publications from U.S. News and World Report to Photographic Magazine to Smithsonian. He was among the international photojournalists selected to take part in the project that resulted in the book 24 Hours in the Life of Los Angeles. John's work has been featured in a wide range of   exhibitions, including the California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, Laguna Festival of Art, Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena and the Bagier Gallery in Ojai, California. Having spent six years of his early career producing video documentaries and multi-media work, it wasn't until Jason completed his Masters in photojournalism that he dedicated his time solely to photography. Engaged and interested in the Middle East he moved to Cairo where he forged a successful career working as a photographer, having his personal work published in many international periodicals. He now dedicates his time to developing larger bodies of work that engage and reflect on current affairs which play out more in the periphery, seeking another more comprehensive viewpoint of an often misunderstood and ignored reality. Much of his work focuses on identity and how, whether viewed from an individual or collective group within society, it fluctuates as the environment and social situations constantly shift and evolve. Photographer Max Aguilera-Hellweg was first entranced by photography when, as a boy playing hooky, he came across his father's World War II photo albums. After exhausting his father's collection, he went to the library and sought out history books and old magazines—anything with pictures in it. "I was mesmerized by the power of photographs to reveal the unknown," he says.  extract from the National Geographic website. To see more, click the link below DAVID EUSTACE David Eustace was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1961. His simple and no nonsense portraits seem reflective of his life’s experiences, prior to being a photographer he served with HM Royal Navy before working as a Prison Officer in Scotland’s most notorious Prison HMP Barlinnie. Void of any gimmicks, "there is an honesty to his work". His highly successful Deutsche Bank sponsored “EGO” Exhibition in Cork St; London (which was the subject of a 30 minute BBC documentary) was described as “Beautiful, calm portraiture, a true rarity these days. He has worked for most major magazines and his list of sitters include: Sir Paul McCartney, Sophia Loren, Sir John Mills, Eve Arnold, Dame Judy Dench, James Earl Jones, Ewan McGregor, John Hurt, Alec Baldwin and Radiohead, to name a few. There are private collections of his work worldwide, including Deutsche Bank, The National Portrait Gallery, London and The Glasgow Museum of Modern Art. David’s photography is not solely restricted to Portraiture, his Fashion, Landscape and Documentary work is also widely recognized and this versatility has led to him being respected as a “photographers photographer”. In the past few years David has also directed TV commercials for clients such as The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, The National Australian Bank, The Scottish Executive Anti Drugs Campaign, The North of England Tourist Board and The Herald and News Quest Group of Newspapers. David spends his time between New York City and Glasgow. Jim Motram works as Carer in the family home.  He is an award winning photographer of social reportage/documentary stories and environmental portraiture.