Take your photography skills to the next level on this eye-opening walk with war correspondent and photojournalist Stuart Freedman through the streets of London’s rapidly evolving East End.
Born and raised in East London, Stuart’s work reporting from Haiti, Afghanistan and beyond has been recognised by Amnesty, Unicef and more. On this tour you’ll explore themes of cultural diversity and gentrification in some of the city’s most photogenic – and controversial – corners, as well as picking up tips from one of the industry’s most esteemed professionals. This is not a beginner’s course: a good working knowledge of your own camera is essential.
“Stuart was great, extremely personable and knowledgeable about all the subjects we touched upon. The location was great and the time spent spot on.”
Stuart Freedman is an award-winning war correspondent and photojournalist from East London whose work has been published in Life, National Geographic, Time and Newsweek among others, and recognised by the likes of Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year and the Royal Photographic Society.
Develop your eye for arresting composition in this fascinating stroll through East London’s ever-changing neighbourhoods
- 3 hours
- Start Time
- Tours run between the hours of 11:30 and 14:00
- Call our travel specialists 24/7 on 1 800 464 2040 or contact us to find availability
- Experience location
- You will be meeting Stuart Freedman at an East London landmark in Whitechapel; we’ll send you the details in your confirmation.