Each year in mid-September, the historic coastal town of Kishiwada proudly hosts the most widely known, well-attended and deadliest “danjiri”, or cart-pulling, festival in Japan.
The pride of Gamagori City, the Miya Festival is one of the best-known and most spectacular festivals in the Tokai region of Japan.
An idiosyncratic visual exploration of Japan and Japanese culture made by an outsider.
One of the most extraordinary festivals in Japan, Toba Dai Kagaribi (The Great Bonfire of Toba) has roots that can be traced back 1,200 years.
The Takisanji Oni Matsuri, which features a spectacular fire-based purification ceremony, is an annual ritual to pray for peace and good harvest for the coming year.
On August 6th each year, the city of Hiroshima holds the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony in memory of the victims of the atomic bombs and to pray for the realisation of lasting world peace.
A collection of land-, sea- and cityscapes.
Covering more than 400 square kilometres in the province of Siem Reap, the Angkor Archaeological Park contains more than 100 monuments – of which two dozen are major temples.
Images of political protests held in the UK and Europe between 2002 and 2007, predominately focused on demonstrations against the war in Iraq.
The redevelopment of Elephant and Castle in South London is one of the largest regeneration projects in Europe. These images were taken in 2005 before demolition and building began.
New waves of migration are significantly altering the religious landscape of the UK. This project explores the growth of Pentecostal Christianity and the practice of faith healing in London.
Across the UK thousands of people are forced to sleep rough every night. Made in 2003, this work focuses on the struggles faced by rough-sleeping homeless people in Brighton.