Matthew Chattle
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Matthew Chattle posted photos
May 16, 2012
Matthew Chattle and Malik Usman are now friends
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Europe
Job Title
Photographer
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Photo Agency
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
Alamy and Live News feed
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http://www.matthewchattle.com/
What do you hope to gain from this community?
More industry knowledge
Tell us a little bit about yourself
Over twenty years experience as a photographer, originally for book publishers. Now working as a contributor to Alamy News feed and photo-journalism as well as stock photography, a lot of which is street and reportage work in and around London

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