My name is Sean Hawkey, I'm from Brighton in the UK. My photos have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines including the New York Times and The Guardian and they've also been used by multilateral and non-governmental organisations such as the WHO, UNFCCC, the Fairtrade networks and the ACT Alliance. I've had joint and solo exhibitions in several countries across Europe and Latin America, and with the Royal Photographic Society. I've recently undertaken commissions for portraits at the Royal Opera House.
Please take a look at my archive.
Before freelance photography I worked in international aid, I taught architecture and I ran communications for global NGOs. I'm based in the UK and I'm available for commissions and assignments.
And, above right, there's a photo of me in Parliament in London, talking about images of a massacre I witnessed in Northern Kurdistan. Lord Rea is on the left and Derek Wall on the right. Thanks to Yasemin Kazan for the photograph.