Greg Funnell (b.1984) studied History and War Studies at Kings College London before going on to start a career in photography. Initially pursuing documentary and photojournalism he now works for a number of global editorial and commercial clients. He has nearly two decades of photographic experience and has worked in over 70 countries worldwide. He holds a fellowship at the Royal Geographic Society and has guest lectured at a number of UK universities and institutions. He also co-hosts a photography podcast, The Exposed Negative. He resides with his family in south London.


I’m drawn to blood, the sweat and the tears. Documenting those that live their lives on the edge is an inspiration; these people push past the everyday, challenging themselves to be something more – I feel that in photographing these elements, I might also inspire others to make their own journeys.


Info - Greg Funnell Photographer

Coldharbour Studios hosts a variety of artists and makers and is set in south London’s Loughborough Junction; 15 minutes walking equidistant from Brixton tube station and Camberwell Green, and serviced with its own train station. Greg has been resident in Studio 33 for over a decade, using it as a desk space and shooting space away from home.

Studio 33,
Coldharbour Studios,
26-34 Southwell Road,

Workshops & Talks

Outside of creating visual media Greg has been involved in creating workshops, one-to-one mentoring, guest lecturing, competition judging, panel chairing and podcasting. He has guest lectured at a number of UK universities and been tasked with mentoring and consulting private individuals. He has been on a number of judging panels for photography competitions and has chaired a number of discussions for National Geographic Traveller.


If you have a any general questions for Greg you can visit the FAQ page.

If you have any gear related questions and want to know more about his current kit – you can visit the Kit Room

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