Category Archive: Documentary Photography

Model Activist Stefania Ferrario “Locked up and Tortured.” And this is legal?

  SOMETIMES WORDS ARE MORE IMPORANT 23-year-old Stefania Ferrario is a model and activist who has featured in news articles for The Daily Mail, Huffington Post and ITV news, amongst others. She is known for… Continue reading

The Cure Girls 2016 Campaign: We Will Walk out of Here!

I’ve written before about Lolly and the band of Cure Girls all fighting to raise awareness and fund a cure for spinal cord injury, my previous blog post can be found here. Along… Continue reading

South Africa -Kagga Kamma

So I just got back from my vacation at Kagga Kamma; A Nature Reserve 3 hours outside of Cape Town: South Africa and even though landscape photography is not my forte (I prefer… Continue reading

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Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner…

As those of you that follow my blog will remember I first fell in love with the Fuji X pro 1 back in June 2012. Originally my aim was to use it for… Continue reading

May Hope live on; The West End Beckons…

As we approach the last few days of ‘Hope’s’ run at the Liverpool Royal court Theater I feel somewhat of a sadness having to say goodbye to this wonderful production. I can honestly… Continue reading

My tribute to Marilyn Monroe on her 50th anniversary memorial 05/08/1962

Still 50th years after her death today Marilyn Monroe continues to both be a muse and the quintessential archetype of beauty. May she forever rest in peace. Here is my photography tribute with… Continue reading

London Calling…A Fuji X pro1 shot of mine feature on the Vogue.it website

Click here to see it featured on the Vogue.it website and taken with the fuji x-pro1 Michelle George Creative London photographer

On Track to Finding A Cure: Help Win The Fight Against Spinal Cord Injury

As a certain event approaches the term ‘win’ conjures up images of perfectly toned athletes crossing over the finishing line in a display of physical dexterity. Yet for me a true winner is… Continue reading

He ain’t heavy he’s my lover! : Review of the Fuji X-pro 1

As much as I love my canon 5D mark ii, I have to admit that after my trip to New York I was starting to resent it somewhat. Not only was it weighty… Continue reading