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David Oates | Manchester Photographer
David Oates | Manchester Photographer
David Oates | Manchester Photographer
David Oates | Manchester Photographer
David Oates | Manchester Photographer
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Goodison to Anfield with 11 Freunde

  It was a pleasure to recently collaborate with Ron Ulrich from the German football magazine 11Freunde. Our brief was to walk from Goodison Park to Anfield collecting pictures and stories that told of the area, its people and the changes to both as money flowed into football, but didn’t necessarily find its way into […]

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Richard Caborn

Prospectus for AMRC, Sheffield

A series of portraits of staff and apprentices made at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in Sheffield. These pictures illustrated a new prospectus celebrating the ten year anniversary of the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP). It was another collaboration with TH Media.

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Claire Burt - Burt's Cheese

Claire Burt for Observer Food Monthly

I recently photographed  Claire who’s company Burt’s Cheese has in a few short years gone from an idea hatched at the kitchen table of her house in Altrincham to winning the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best Producer‘ award in 2013. It was a chilly and windy day on the farm but with the help of make […]

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Josh Charnley of Wigan Warriors Rugby League

Wigan Warriors End of Season Review 2014

I’ve been working with Wigan Warriors again this year on a magazine reviewing another high achieving season. The team have reached the Grand Final once more after winning it last year and captain Sean O’Loughlin was recently named captain of the England team.

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New portraits

A few new portraits from recent assignments for the Daily Telegraph and Manchester Metropolitan University

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BBC World Have Your Say

A recent assignment for the BBC World Service, documenting discussions of Pakistani and Chinese people’s experiences of life in Manchester and Liverpool for the ‘World Have Your Say’ programme.

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