I am portraiture and documentary photographer working with a range of clients from non-profit organisations through to commercial enterprise, and available for commissions worldwide. If you have a noteworthy project, editorial theme or subject that you would like to be photographed, it would be good to hear from you.

Email emile@emileholba.co.uk

Call +44 7780 621405 / Signal

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Published work & clients: National Geographic, Elephant Magazine, Citizens Advice, GEO Magazin, The Guardian, Aftenposten K Magazine, CNN International, BBC Radio, Avaunt Magazine, Dennis Publishing, The Australian Newspaper, BBC Online, NRK, Serious, Die Zeit, Discover Magazine, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Economist, Greenpeace Nordic, Arkitektur N Magazine, Institute of Education, Panos Pictures, Berliner Philharmoniker, London Contemporary Dance School, Global Lives Project, Gramophone Magazine, Lonely Planet Magazine, City of London Corporation, Cutty Sark Trust, Huffington Post, Incorporated Society of Musicians, Musical Futures, Dimensions, Creative Boom, SeeAbility, Financial Times, Roads & Kingdoms, Business Insider, Natur Magazin, Courtauld Institute of Art, Royal Opera House Bridge, Culture Mile, Esquire Russia, Another Place Magazine, Huck Magazine, Harper's Bazaar and Nuffield Trust.

In addition to my photographic work, I have made a 5 part BBC Radio 4 series called Welcome to the Quiet Zone (which you can listen to again here on BBC iPlayer) and co-produce the annual Ice Music Festival Norway in Norway.

British Journal of Photography Portrait of Britain 2019 Winner.

My new publication 'Arktisk Grenseland' is available to order at Another Place Press.

I have published two other books Generation Geilo: Portrait of a Community & We Teach Music.

Discover more about my work in this podcast conversation over at Neutral Exposure

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