A love affair in freefall and the trauma of a violent assault on a Brazilian street shakes a photographer's confidence as he prepares to meet his family again a year after his father's death.
An award-winning British-born photographer based in New York, Neville cut his teeth in Fleet Street shooting for UK broadsheets and tabloids in the '90's. In the last 14 years in New York City he's shot US stories for clients including The Times, The Independent Magazine, Stern, The Globe and Mail, Newsweek, Time, VSD. Currently, Neville is producing a documentary film about his experiences during 9/11. You can see the trailer for the documentary on the video page on his website along with music videos of his band Thee Shambels. For years he's been writing songs and playing music.
Through online teaching at the New York Institute of Photography, Neville shares his expertise and experiences with students all over the world. He currently writes regularly for The Fix.com and other publications in the US and the UK.
He can otherwise be found riding his bike along the Brooklyn waterfront and hanging out with his cat Cato, eating ice cream and listening to old vinyl rescued from thrift stores.
"Does what all good travel writing does - makes (you) see the place with fresh eyes." - JJ Wilson
"Brave and heartfelt." - Joanna Slater, The Globe & Mail