Mark Plant, Senior Solutions Architect, Tfl
This photo was taken on a windy day. The origami animals kept blowing away!
Sonia, Police Officer
Shot at the Lido, Hampstead to represent a Triathlete as part of the Downtime photographic project.
Eric Irvine, Postal Delivery Worker
Eric is part of The Rebel Legion: a volunteer Rebel costuming group. He loves to be a Jedi!
Becky Powell, Customer Services Assistant
Pole Fitness is an amazing practice, requiring huge amounts of skill, strength and stamina.
Alan Stoddart, Local Authority Grants Officer
From Sunday league to five-a-side, Alan has been saving goals since childhood.
Iwona Brol, Civil Servent, Poland
Iwona loves to make hats. She likes the idea of producing something unique and being able to wear her creations!
Deniz Ates, Boxing Coach
Philosophy has given Deniz the courage to approach any subject, no matter how difficult with a positive mental attitude.
Kelle Blyth, Screenprinter
Kelle is the go-to person for all things Pez in the UK. Her personal collection contains around 4000 pieces.
Shaun McIntyre, Hairdresser
Shaun has been a fan of martial arts for years, inspired like many from watching Bruce Lee movies growing up.
Natasha Burroughs, Consultant
Natasha has always had an interest in meditation. With an Indian mother it was part of daily life for that side of the family.
Jessica Blair, Interior Designer
Jessica started boxing about 10 years ago mainly as a form of fitness, and “because I thought the gloves looked cool!”
Graham Bayliss, Fitter
Welcome to Gravel Lane Vineyard, owned and run by the larger than life Graham Bayliss and his industrious wife Alison.
Mike Pritchard, Group Financial Controller
Mike currently collects mainly what is referred to as Urban Art.
He buys what he likes and finds his ‘favourite’ pieces come back and forth as his mood changes.
Louise & Ross, Piercer & Dog Carer
Quite recently Ross started buying the Star wars Lego™ sets, which spurred Louise to want some too! Together they started to build more and more bigger sets.
Jennifer Neumann, Field Application Scientist
She finds that sewing and being creative balances out her career as a biotechnology engineer, giving her an outlet for her more creative-side.
Andrew Newell, Teaching Assistant
Andrew once stated, “I’m going to take up Bowls and play for Jamaica”. At the time he assumed they had a team, but the realisation that they didn’t set him on a crusade!
Richard Evans Lacey, Psychotherapist
Around 2010 Richard saw his first Ukulele in the shape of a flying 'V' guitar. He was so inspired he bought one, and downloaded some music from the internet.
Ray Andress, Picture Framer
Ray is a lepidopterist to use the right term. He has been collecting and preserving moths, butterflies and dragonflies since childhood.
David Exeter, Architect
David got into Fencing, after he and his mate were encouraged by their ‘Inspirational school teacher’.
Melonie Stennett, Primary School Teacher
Melonie says music is a part of who she is, and playing the Saxophone is like having another voice, another way to express herself.
Claire Alexander, Illustrator AND Anthony Henry, Life Coach
Claire and Tony had never met before this picture was taken, so I am especially grateful for the easy manner portrayed. Tony was a great lead-dancer!
Robbie Hopper, Economist
Robbie is entirely self-taught when it comes to photography, apart from a one-day street photography course at City academy which he found incredibly useful.
Eva Caldas, Graphic Designer
Eva heard about Capoeira as a teenager in her homeland of Lanzarote, but it wasn't until 2013 and in London that she started to practise this art form.
Caroline Fertleman, Consultant Paediatrician
A mother of three, and consultant paediatrician at a busy London hospital, it’s hard to believe that Caroline can find time to knit!
Russell Fraser, Criminal Defence Barrister
“I just looked at the world and felt naturally drawn towards socialism and its potential".
Angelo Marcos, Helpline Coordinator
Angelo has been writing comedy sketches, stories and jokes since he was about 13, so it seemed like a natural progression to start performing the stuff he was writing.