As a photographer, I illustrate stories using a wide range of styles – from portraiture to street observations.
My work has been exhibited at:
- Fabrica, Brighton – Nov 2017
- Stour Space, Hackney – Dec 2017
- Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury – Jan-Mar 2018
My portrait of two Iraqi Kurdish child refugees was selected by the British Journal of Photography / Hoxton Mini Press for their prestigious Portrait of Britain 2018 book.
My photo reportage (below) from Zanzibar’s deaf community was a finalist in the global Lens Culture Afar travel photography 2019 awards.
Selected examples of my work are shown below, while you can see more at Instagram under the @48esteban name.
Rush hour, London’s King Cross.
Shepherd and goats, Banjul, Gambia.
Manuel Gottsching, The Oval, London.
Refuse collector, Hong Kong
Pilgrim, Ubud shrine, Bali
Skateboarder, London south bank
Kvas drinkers, Smolensk, Russia
Roller skater outside Suleymanyi mosque, Istanbul.
Paralympics basketball, London.
Marshall Allen, Sun Ra Arkestra.
Peter Brown, mudlarker, Thames River.
Buddhist chant, Phuket, Thailand.
Jan Garbarek, South Bank, London.
Itsu diner, Shoreditch, London.
Lifeguard, Sydney, Australia.