Stuart Freedman

Stuart is an exemplary photojournalist. Since 1991 he has worked assiduously, covering stories from Albania to Afghanistan and the former Yugoslavia to Haiti. His stories have feature in multiple magazines, including Geo, Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek, and Paris Match and in 1999 he was invited to speak on Capitol Hill, in Washington DC, following his coverage of atrocities in Sierra Leone.

He holds an extensive archive of portraits, commercial work and personal projects. Stuart’s empathy for those outside the mainstream informs his work for SIXTEEN. He travelled across the UK to work with young people who are home schooled and as those excluded from mainstream education.