Matthew is a documentary photographer.A graduate of Newport University in Wales, Matthew works freelance for various clients which have included the United Nations, the Norwegian Refugee Council and the NUJ.
He has been published both internationally and domestically in a number of newspapers and magazines.International projects include Womens rights in Palestine, the Indian occupation of Kashmir, and human rights in Western Sahara.
Matthew is currently developing projects which utilise digital multimedia and social media to explore the developing potential of the photographic image.
Matthew is an active member of the NUJ, perviously a student member, he is helping to co-ordinate the branches new student mentor program.
Tel: +44 (0) 7725608091
Hundreds of matchers paraded in the streets of central London to mark International workers' day. Rally-goers gathered in Trafalgar Square at the end of the parade to listen to speeches.
International Workers' day march takes place in London
Performance artist and cancer patient Mark McGowan pushed a pig from King College Hospital London to No.10 Downing street in protest against the government's section 75 NHS reforms.
A Photojournalist and members of the public argue over Thatcher and her policies outside Thatchers Funeral on Ludgate Hill near St Pauls Cathedral, London.
Betina Nokleby, daughter of Edith Muhlbauer,a Jewish pen pal of Margaret Thatcher's elder sister who lived in Nazi occupied Austria. Through the help of Thatcher and her sister, Betina's mother was brought to England and saved from Nazi persecution.
Hundreds of Sikhs from around the UK attended a protest over the sentencing of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar in India.
Trafalgar Square was filled with jubilant protesters to mark the death of Margret Thatcher. The party, which was first organised 15 years ago, took place on the first Saturday after her death. Due to heavy rain celebrations did not get out of control