Police, Burundi  ©  Tom Martin 

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We are a small company specialising in documenting the work of charities and NGOs. 
Primarily working in sub-Saharan Africa we undertake commissions for organisations including the EU and UN. Recent exhibitions include the National Portrait Gallery London and the 1650 gallery Los Angeles. We have over 8 years experience working in the field including:
Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, DRC, Kenya and Bangladesh.

A post-graduate career in third sector Marketing and Communications in London gave Emily a grounding in design, publications and event management. From there, she moved into regional newspapers, working first in page layout and production, gaining a sound knowledge of production processes and organisation. 
Several years writing features, advertising copy and restaurant reviews followed, until the opportunity arose to work in Africa as editor of the in-flight magazine for the Rwandan national airline.
Now back in the UK, she is a freelance copywriter and editor in both the commercial and NGO sectors. She works with NGOs specialising in genocide and post-conflict recovery, and recently worked with the Government of Rwanda on the 20th Commemoration of the 1994 genocide. Working via London design agencies, she also provides advertising copy for high-profile clients including Greene King pubs and the Modern Apprenticeship scheme. 

Tom is a British freelance photographer/videographer, specialising in documenting humanitarian issues in Africa and Asia, undertaking commissions for charities, NGOs and donors including the EU and UN. He has created tourism marketing materials for developing countries and filed news pictures for the Associated Press and European Press Photographers’ Association. He is a member of the East African Foreign Correspondents Association.
Publications range from The Economist and The Independent to Italian Vogue and the Lancet.
Tom has exhibited widely with solo shows in Westminster and Rwanda, and was selected for the Taylor Wessing Photo prize at the National Portrait Gallery 2011.
Now also a passionate teacher, Tom is a lecturer in photography at Lincoln University, creating, delivering and assessing substantial elements of course content. He has planned and delivered teaching for NGOs in a range of contexts, recently developing participatory photo projects in Bangladesh and South Sudan.