Award-winning social documentary photographer Larry Herman, originally from New York, immigrated to the UK during the Vietnam War. He is currently working on two independent projects: Waged London, about those people who generally sell their labour by the hour and he has just begun a project in Cuba about the working lives of people there. He is also a trade union activist who is the joint secretary of the London Photographers’ Branch of the National Union of Journalists.
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