Bex Singleton is a photographer, storyteller and visual interpreter. From humanitarian, portrait and dance photography, London, the Caribbean to Sierra Leone, she brings stories to life through powerful, compelling, and often joyful images.
Whether for press, donor reports, advocacy, or marketing campaigns, her images translate the stories of your subjects into a language that your audience can understand. She places an emphasis on combining great sensitivity and empathy, with a professional and effective approach.
Flexible and with a proven ability to cope under pressure she is as comfortable working with children and vulnerable people, as she is shooting from helicopters and speedboats.
Through her personal work, she explores quiet stories of people whose lives are fascinating, yet don’t make the headlines. She is currently editing her first documentary, focused around a remote artisanal fishing community off the coast of Sierra Leone.
She lived and worked in Sierra Leone, West Africa, and has also worked on assignment in Cyprus, the Caribbean, and France.
Her clients include: The Guardian, USAID, Helen Keller International, University of the Arts London, Ballet News, English National Ballet, Siobhan Davies, Breakin Convention, The Cholmondleys, Regents University London, Etta Ermini, Dancing Times, Oxfam, Save the Children, UNICEF, and the World Food Programme.