I was fortunate enough to work on a story about the increasing risks migrants are taking by crossing the English Channel in small boats that are ill equiped, overcrowded and never intended to cross one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. The story involved portraits of a young Iranian migrant child who for obvious reason had to remain anonymous and a n amazing lady from Folkstone helping these desperate kids. It was also a great chance to go up Belle-tout Lighthouse near Beachy Head. The stry can also be seen here: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/feb/15/migrants-cold-wet-frightened-crossing-channel-in-tiny-boats
As a winner of the Portrait of Britain Award, my winning portrait of a young farmer in Somerset was published in the Portrait of Britain vol 2 book. Finally got hold of it!
My series of images looking at a Mars Simulation base in the Gobi Desert in a remote part of North West China was published by Culture Trip magazine. Font layout is certainly different! To see the whole set of images please view the gallery https://www.jonbrowning.co.uk/chinas-mars-simulation-base
Chuffed to see my photo series and book, GLORIOUS! - In Search for China’s New Elite; published in Frances leading quality magazine, We Demain ( We Tomorrow) It received a really nice 6-page spread. Great pairing of images!
A commission from WIRED magazine USA to shoot the R&D facility of AI powered cybersecurity firm, Darktrace. Based in Cambridge, I did portraits of key execs and made imagery of the offices to produce ‘Partner content’ for WIRED USA magazine’s commercial arm. It was like Cyberdyne Systems but without the Terminator hand in a safe.