My name is name is Byron Kirk and I am a UK based photojournalist, with previous military service in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
I have a B.A. in Photography from Nottingham Trent University, and am currently studying for an M.A. in International Relations, at the University of Nottingham.
My work explores a diverse range of political and social affairs, including conflict, mental health, poverty, discrimination, radicalisation and the displacement of others.
Partial client and publication list:
- The Imperial War Museum, London.
- The Household Cavalry Museum, London.
- The Express.
- The Daily Mail.
- The Guardian.
- The Times
- The Sunday Times Magazine.
- The Telegraph.
- The Daily Star.
- ABC News, Australia.
- BBC News.
- Derby University.
- Surf Action.
What I need
As a Student, it is often difficult to source funds for new and exciting projects. Costs are expensive and include:
- Administration and maintenance.
- Life essentials; including rent, food, gas and electricity.
- Tuition fees and books.
If you have enjoyed my work, please consider a small affordable donation. Your support provides the framework for my work to progress. Donations, tips and advice are always welcome; they make a huge difference.
How to support
Donations can be made via:
Paypal: [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0) 7595 422751
Email: [email protected]
Thank you for your generosity.