I am from South London.I have lived in the Capital most of my life.As, many will know it is a very exciting city that never sleeps and there is always drama going on here.
I have always wanted too be in the media, when I left school I wanted too be a camera-man, for a news corp, but my grades where noway near what I would need too go on to for further education to do media studies etc.
I like politics, news channels and sport.I go too a lot of demonstrations.But, wasn't present when the summer (2011) riots as I was on holiday at the time.
I started to photography, when I was about 7 years old - my Dad has SLR 35mm camera, to practice with.I got good and wanted my own.But, at this time I was too young to work.
Now, I have my own camera - I have a Nikon D3100, with 18-55mm standard lens and Tamron 55-300mm.A battery-grip for extra time usage & a ring light for video when those protest go out though to the night.
I hope too achieve for myself a front page photograph in a national newspaper & get my press pass too.Also, a promotion to work for a major news/ magazine agency.
My achievements so far are: (since 2013)
Over 20x Published stories.(from 2012/13)
Press Pass - obtained.(22/06/13)
Sold 2x photographs - one to Bloomberg Business Week (19/06/13) Online.
Promoted to Self-Publisher (24/06/13) on Demotix
Angela Ahrendts announced she will leave her position as Chief Executive officer of luxury goods firm Burberry to join technology company Apple in 2014. She will take up the position of Senior Vice President for retail and online stores.
The 9th International London Tattoo Convention returned to East London's Tobacco Docks. The event featured the some of the world's best known ink artists, with 300 on the bill, and a host of entertainers and glamorous yet fiery models.
Far-right movement the English Defense League (EDL) have returned too Tower Hamlets, East London to embark on stirring up trouble with the area's Muslim community. The EDL was last in the area in September 2011, opposed by Unite Against Fascism (UAF)
A rally has taken place at Trafalgar Square, London against the invention of the Syria conflict in the Middle-East. The British public spoke out against the British Government about getting involved in another war.
A police officer is seen reacting with a man who appears to be homeless during an anti-G8 protest in central London.
Tommy Robinson's, EDL and communities around England have marched to number 10 Downing Street in London. They want answers to why two radical Islamic men known too MI5, were left off the radar and able to murder Private Lee Rigby, in Woolwich.
A group of protesters from Show Racism in Football the Red Card have staged a demo outside Grosvenor House hotel where UEFA annual congress is taking place. Protesers are against UEFA decision to stage the European Under-21 championships in Israel.
The London Marathon which is in its 33rd year, has been shadowed with terrifying events which took place earlier in the week in Boston, USA, where 2 explosives were set off killing 3 people.