Alan Schaller is a London based photojournalist and street photographer.
He specialises in black and white photography and is drawn to geometric scenes, light and shadow, and moments conveying the realities and diversities of human life.
Photography began for Alan in London but has now taken him all around the world to places including Africa, The Middle East, The USA, Australia and much of Asia and Europe.
UK based publications who have featured his photographs include The Financial Times, Time Out, Buzzfeed, The Independent and The Metro. His work has also been internationally published online and in print.
Alan has written a number of articles for The Independent focusing on humanitarian issues. His author page can be found through this link.
Clients he has photographed for include Typhoo, Phillips, The English Rugby Premiership, Union Coffee, Kew Gardens, Huntsman of Savile Row, and he was the photographer for the Illuminesca show during London Fashion Week.
Alan has over 100,000 followers of his Instagram account, attracting over three million views a month. Last year he co-founded the Street Photography International (SPi) collective. The SPi Instagram page is the fastest growing street photography account in the world with almost 350,000 followers to date, a number that is rapidly climbing each week. SPi has a highly engaged monthly audience of over 8 million people and receives more than 50,000 image submissions each month.
Articles Written & Photographed (Click to view)
Interviews & Features (Click to view)
Fria Tidningen Newspaper - Front Cover - Calais Refugee Camp