"I have been a photographer for over 40 years and am as passionate about it now as I was when I started out in Fleet Street. This website illustrates a cross-section of my work across four decades and the media I have used along the way from Kodachrome, Ektachrome, B&W Tri-X and Polaroid film right up to digital and even phone images. The pictures have not been digitally enhanced so they retain a feeling of the time when they were taken."

Stuart Windsor is a very experienced London-based photographer specialising in Corporate Reportage, Location and Multimedia photography. He was a journalist with Times Newspapers until he started freelancing as a Fleet Street photographer for The Times, The Sun, The Observer and The Daily Mail. 

He has worked for an extensive range of media, corporate and charity clients, including the BBC, Radio Times, British Vogue, The Economist, Air France, Malaysian Airlines, P&O Group, British Airways, Sandals Resorts, Greenpeace, National Children’s Homes, Capital Radio, Coutts and Brooklands Museum.  He has also contributed to numerous magazines and books on travel and architectural topics.

Major photographic projects include:

  • Coast to coast trip of the USA
  • Numerous rock and pop projects, including covering the Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, resulting in two major sales of photographs at Bonham’s auction house, London.
  • Three months living with the Kabre Tribe in Northern Togo as part of National Geographic anthropological trip.
  • Coverage Nobel Peace Prize for Nobel Institute in Oslo
  • 360 degree virtual tour of Eric Clapton’s Crossroads project in Antigua
  • 360 degree virtual tour of Last Night of the Proms for the BBC
  • 360 degree virtual tour of Air Ambulance Service for
  • Created the photographic template for P&O’s iconic flag logo

Books and Publications include: Images of Egypt (Conran), World Atlas of Wine, The Arts (Harrap), France and French Lifestyles, Australia - This Beautiful Land, Dream Machines – BMW, The Arts - A History of Expression in the 21st Century, French Experience (BBC Worldwide),  Private View (Brooklands Museum).

Two books and an exhibition are planned for 2016.