13th June 2018

Mark Ormrod

A commission from earlier this year, Mark Ormrod, triple amputee and Invictus Games medal winner. You meet inspirational people often being a photographer but not many get close to this guy. After standing on a IED in Afghanistan on Christmas Eve 2007, doctors told Mark he would never walk again. He hasn’t used a wheelchair since 2009. Jude and his assistant travelled to Plymouth to photograph Mark near where he was based as a royal marine.

21st May 2018

John Motson

The voice of football, John Motson, retired from commentary at the end of this season. Having commentated on thousands of games which includes 10 world cup tournaments, his final game was Crystal Palace vs West Brom on the final day of the Premier League. Jude and his assistant travelled to Motty’s home, north of London, where he has converted his double garage into a bar.

14th May 2018

Claes Bang

Last month Jude travelled to Amsterdam to spend the day with Danish actor Claes Bang.

11th May 2018

Sathnam Sanghera goes back to Cambridge

For a piece about how inclusive Oxford and Cambridge universities are. Journalist Sathnam Sanghera went back the Cambridge to see how they are addressing the issue having attended Cambridge himself as a student.

8th May 2018

Chris Packham for James Wellbeloved

For a recent commission for James Wellbeloved dog food, Jude and this team travelled to the New Forest, where naturalist Chris Packham resides to photograph him with his poodle Scratchy.

29th March 2018

Annie Price

A recent commission for the BBC of Annie Price and her new born baby boy. Annie has made a documentary documenting her experience of child birth and the first stages of motherhood.

29th March 2018

Boris Volodarsky

Very recently Jude travelled to Vienna to shoot this portrait of Boris Volodarksky, a former Russian intelligence agent. He shared his story with The Times Magazine, including that he believes he was poisoned in this very café.

19th March 2018

James Bevan for The Times Magazine

In an unassuming office tucked away in London’s Kings Cross lives a company that traces the supply lines of weaponry. Headed by James Bevan the company has people posted in conflict zones around the globe, using forensics to find the supply lines for militant organisations. Jude photographed him in the office where he had a small collection of the wears they had recovered, which included, a couple of AK-47s, a rocket launcher, and an ISIS flag.


28th February 2018

James Ivory for The Wall Street Journal

Last week Jude met 89 year old American filmmaker and man behind Call Me By Your Name, James Ivory, at his hotel in London. Earlier that week James had won the BAFTA for best adapted screenplay and was flying back to America the next day for the Oscars for which he is nominated for the same category.

12th February 2018

Greg Wise

When film executive Clare Wise was diagnosed with breast cancer, she started a blog. Her brother, the actor Greg Wise, took it over when she became too weak to write and he moved in to look after her. Jude met Greg at his sister’s flat in North London for this portrait.