Matt WrittleMatt Writtle is a documentary and portrait photographer from the Black Country, now based in the London, UK. His practise is focused on life. Whether human, animal, plant or mineral, his images reflect the cultural and environmental transition of life, through time.
Since 1992, he has travelled the world documenting news, social and humanitarian issues for publications such as The Times, London Evening Standard and Daily Telegraph.
He has released two monographs: 'Sunday: A Portrait of 21st Century England' and 'The River Meadow at the Pile of Stones'. Lastly, he has just released the book 'Portraits for Posterity; a national archive of Holocaust Survivors in Great Britain', which has been, and continues to be, exhibited all over the UK.