Stuart Freedman

London, United Kingdom


British, b.1967

Stuart has been working as a photographer since 1991. He has covered stories from Albania to Afghanistan and from former Yugoslavia to Haiti, and been published in Life, Geo, Time, National Geographic, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and Paris Match.

Solo shows include Visa Pour LImage in Perpignan, Scoop Festival in Anjou, the Leica Gallery in Germany, Foire du Livre in Brussels, the Museum of Ethnography in Stockholm, and The Association and Spitz Galleries in London. His work on HIV/AIDS in Rwanda and from post-conflict South of Lebanon toured internationally.

His work has received awards from Amnesty International (twice), Pictures of the Year, World Sports Photo Award, the Royal Photographic Society, and UNICEF.

He continues to write and photograph for a variety of editorial and commercial clients.

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A distinctly East London dish, the eel is much more than a meal to to be had in any old location.

"Palaces of Memory" is a journey into India through the Indian Coffee Houses, a national network of worker-owned cafes which can be found in cities throughout the sub-continent.

In Kashmiri culture the ultimate festive meal is called a Royal Wazwan which can include as many as 36 courses.

Cairo’s ahwas, or coffee houses, have long been a place to meet, drink tea and coffee, smoke shisha and discuss daily life and politics.

India’s population of elderly people is growing fast.

It may not be to everyone’s taste but the humble eel has been sustaining London’s poor for centuries.

India’s booming capital hides a vast and growing army of homeless people~~ By conservative estimates, Delhi has a homeless population of around 100,000 people.

Delhi is in the grip of a mental health crisis.

India’s classic cafes, important historical and cultural icons, may well be swept away in the rush to modernise.

Stuart Freedman examines the lives of former child soldiers in Uganda, Rwanda, Liberia, Angola and Sierra Leone.

Stuart Freedman travelled to Rwanda, where as in much of sub-Saharan Africa, HIV/AIDS is stealing a generation.

Panos photographers on the 2010 general election campaign.