"Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” - Henri Cartier-Bresson

Matt White is a freelance photographer who purchased his first camera at 14 and taught himself the rudiments of camerawork as well as the skills of the darkroom - making photographs as well as taking them.

He likes to combine his love of architecture, night photography and London by creating nightscapes of the city. He also enjoys street photography and reportage but his camera "Lucy" will take him wherever she thinks there will be an interesting snap to be found. He has a thing about bridges and windows giving his therapist plenty to talk about. A member of The Royal Photographic Society, his news photographs have appeared in newspapers, been used by the BBC and syndicated worldwide by Reuters.

“Of course it’s all luck.” - Henri Cartier-Bresson