For the past few weeks I've been asking some London-based photographers about their work, their inspiration - but most importantly, about their journeys. How did they get where they are today? How did they work on their style? Was it a conscious choice or, like many things in life, a happy (or perhaps a more dramatic) coincidence?

The first photographer featured in my mini-series called "A photographer's journey" is James M. Barrett.

Read more about this film on my blog:

My thanks to Lawrence Lang, Rupert Smith and Wes Baggaley for their assistance.

Shot on a Canon 5D Mark II.
Music: Los Abandonados by Eleggua Productions


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