Simon Townsley named Photographer of the Year at British Press Awards

Simon Townsley has been named Photographer of the Year at this year’s British Press Awards for his work in countries such as DR Congo, the United Kingdom and Turkey over the past year. To view more of Simon’s work, please click here.

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