Paul Stafford is a journalist and photographer based in London, United Kingdom. He works on a freelance basis and is always on the lookout for new stories and leads. He is interested in everything. Paul is also available to travel to wherever the story may be on short notice. He has set up so that he is available to report at a moment's notice. He has worked extensively in travel reporting, as well as recently undertaking journalistic assignments across Ukraine and in Crimea.
An alternative use for the burned out cars in Kiev's Maidan.
The flowers left for Boris Nemtsov days after his assassination near the Kremlin in Moscow. Authorities threw all the flowers away each day, only for people to return with more.
A bit of fun after the tense day helping out refugees in Lesvos, Greece.
A shot of the mountain of used lifejackets taken after refugees have landed on Lesvos in Greece after having made the life-threatening crossing from Turkey.
A shot from Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos, where people are still being held.
A shot from Idomeni refugee camp on the Greece-Macedonia border
A shot from Idomeni refugee camp on the Greek-Macedonian border.
A shot from Bestival festival in 2016
One of Paul's more controversial images.
Paul went to Crimea twice, after the annexation by Russia, and assessed the changes there over a period of three years through the perception of the people who live there. Words and pictures both provided by Paul.
Looking at how a former kingdom in remote Uzbekistan has been reclaimed by the desert for Roads and Kingdoms. Words and pictures both provided by Paul.
A piece of football journalism about how the Crimea crisis has effectively destroyed the local football scene and what may happen after the world cup is over. Paul produced both words and pictures for this piece.
A roundup from Bestival music festival in 2016. Both words and pictures were created by Paul.
A piece written about the links to Shakespeare dotted around central London.
A trailer for the documentary 'Dog Years' filmed across Greece that covered the humanitarian refugee crisis in 2016.