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My name is James M Thorne and I am a freelance photographer and iPhonographer. I started taking pictures at a young age but it wasn’t until my early twenties at university that my real photographic passion developed. In my second year at Brunel University London, I undertook a photography module as part of a Multimedia Design degree and have never looked back. I graduated Brunel University in 2006 with a degree in Multimedia Design and Technology. After realising that a life of web design and computer programming was not for me I pursued a job within the photography world.

In the following years I have had a number of different jobs within the photographic industry, including 2 years as an assistant photographer at the UK’s leading fine art photography studio in London, Prudence Cuming Associates. In my free time I have been documenting social and political demonstrations in and around the UK and have had a number of pictures published in magazines, books and online.

Recently I have embraced a new form of photography, that of iPhoneography. Where pictures are shot, edited and uploaded, all using an Apple iPhone. This has sparked my creativity in new ways and has created a whole new form of photography.

My love, passion and enjoyment of photography grows with each day and I hope through my images on flickr, I can inspire others to pick up a camera and take a look through the view finder.

All images are available for use. If you have any questions regarding my images either for sale, publication, or any questions about photography in general, please feel free to contact me via the email address provided or through flickr.
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Please find below direct links to sets of these protests and demonstrations.

All images appearing in © James M Thorne's Photo Stream are the exclusive property of James M Thorne and are protected under UK and International Copyright laws.

The images may not be reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without the written permission of James M Thorne

If you wish to use any of the images in these sets, please contact James M Thorne via this e-mail address;

James_M_Thorne@mac.com

or by using flickr mail and he will reply to you A.S.A.P.


My Online Portfolio

Anti-BNP Demonstration at The BBC: 22 October 2009

G20 Meltdown: 1st April 2009

Put People First March: 28th March 2009

National Anti Fur March and Rally: 27 September 2008

Olympic Torch Relay London: 6th April 2008

Aldermaston 50 Years On: 24th March 2008

March for Tibet: 22nd March 2008

World Against War Demo: 15th March 2008

Troops Out of Iraq Now: 24th January 2007

National Climate March: 4th November 2006

Save Our NHS: 1st November 2006

Emergency Protest: 31st October 2006

Protest Against Custody Deaths: Sat 28th Oct

Sack Parliament: 9th October 2006

Action on Migrant Rights: 7th October 2006

National Demonstration Manchester: 23rd September 2006

National Demonstration: 5th August 2006

Voices For Lebanon And Palestine: July 30th 2006.

Lebanon/Gaza Demonstration: 22 July 2006

London Demonstration: March 18th

Naming The Dead: 2nd April 2006

The Guantanamo Bay Experience: 2nd April 2006

Climate March: 3rd December 2005

Defending The Right To Protest: 1st August 2005

March For Peace And Liberty: 24th September 2005

Anti-War march, Central London: 19th March 2005

EuroPride 2006 (Colour): 1st July 2006

Pride London: 2nd July 2005



Some websites you might be interested in visiting.

Indy Media
Digital Journalist
Anti War
Magnum Photos
Magnum In Motion
FiftyCrows

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    Marco Wehe says:

    "James Thorne... let's say that again.. James Thorne... because soon we'll be hearing news about him on a enormous magnitude or should I say he will create and move the News; anyway, you better get used to his name!

    Looking at his photographs one would think that he has been fed with political mind food when he was a baby. He shows us a world that isn't always perfect and his photographs have moved a lot in recent years: they brought attention to important world issues, they mobilised demonstrators, moved hearts and brought people together!

    Thank you James!"

    January 18th, 2009

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    Ragazza Guapa says:

    "James has a beautiful collection of images, capturing moments with magnificent precision, there’s always something to look at twice on his work regardless the object or person, art is all around this photo stream.
    I don’t know him as a person very much, but I can say that he is a Flickr Hero for me ;)"

    October 25th, 2007

Joined:
March 2005
Hometown:
London
I am:
Male and Taken
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Freelance Photographer