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About Chris King

I’m a documentary and portrait photographer and multimedia producer from Northern Ireland, but currently based in London. With the Food Is… website and my exploration of the issue of avoidable food waste, I have a desire to create positive change in whatever way I can, and to whatever degree I can. You can see more of my work at chriskingphotography.com

Latest Posts | By Chris King
FoodCycle: LSE Hub – Waitrose Visit
4 years ago

FoodCycle: LSE Hub – Waitrose Visit

By  •  Eye Witness

Not being satisfied with the range of images I managed to capture during my first visit to Waitrose Islington, the management team kindly allowed me to come along a second time – to once again capture the handing over of ‘surplus’ food from Waitrose to the FoodCycle LSE volunteers.

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FoodCycle: LSE Hub – Waitrose Visit
4 years ago

FoodCycle: LSE Hub – Waitrose Visit

By  •  Eye Witness

I wanted to be able to document the donation of food by Waitrose to the FoodCycle LSE Hub volunteers, and the management team at Waitrose Islington kindly gave me permission to photograph the Sunday collection.

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FoodCycle: LSE Hub – 2nd Visit
4 years ago

FoodCycle: LSE Hub – 2nd Visit

By  •  Eye Witness

My second visit to the FoodCycle LSE hub was all about getting video footage – with a desire to use this to complement the stills images from the previous shoot in the creation of a multimedia piece.

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FoodCycle: LSE Hub Visit
4 years ago

FoodCycle: LSE Hub Visit

By  •  Eye Witness

On the same day as my visit to the Bloomsbury Hub I visited FoodCycle’s LSE Hub, which despite its name, is open to everyone and anyone. I met them at the Angel branch of Waitrose, where they collected ‘surplus’ food that would otherwise be thrown out. Read More

FoodCycle: Bloomsbury Hub Visit
4 years ago

FoodCycle: Bloomsbury Hub Visit

By  •  Eye Witness

This was my first visit to a FoodCycle hub, and I didn’t really know what to expect. I had arranged to meet the Hub Leader at a Planet Organic in the Angel area of London, where they would be picking up ‘surplus’ food – how the industry likes to term food that is destined to be thrown away – so essentially food waste by another name. Read More

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