David Hoffman (David Hoffman Photo Library)
My social issues focused stock archive contains journalistic and documentary work covering 40 years including drugs and drug use, policing, disorder, race and racists, riots, youth, prostitution, protest, homelessness, housing, environmental demonstrations and events, waste disposal, alternative energy and pollution. There is a wide range of reportage and general stock, topical issues from flash mobs to SUVs. Primarily UK images, plus Europe, USA, Canada, Venezuela, Mexico and Thailand. Commissions welcomed. Just call or email if you'd like to talk through your project.
|Please click here to see sample photos|
|Also find me on:||Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter ||
|Telephone:||020 8981 5041|
|Mobile:||07881 817 751|
See suggested rates:
|from the Freelance Fees Guide.|
Environment and conservation
Ethnic and minority
Business and commerce
Profile last updated: 2017-02-28 13:58:48
David Hoffman has specialised in social issues photography for more than 30 years. Resolutely independent, he primarily shoots stock for his own photo library, rather than working to commissions. Much of his work centres on the increasingly visible control the state exerts over our lives and choices. Racial and social conflict, policing, homelessness, drugs, poverty, social exclusion and environmental protection are documented, often through coverage of protest. A board member of the British Photographic Council, a founding member of Editorial Photographers UK, Photo-Forum London and the campaigning group “I’m A Photographer Not A Terrorist” with a critical interest in issues around press freedom and policing as well as copyright and intellectual property, David is actively engaged on the frontline of his beleaguered profession.
Please click on a thumbnail to see a larger version.
|Young Leaders' Academy|
|Eastside Young Leaders Academy. A project based in East London helping young African Caribbean boys at the edge of society to develop self esteem & positive motivation.|