The BPPA’s second submission to the Leveson Inquiry

in Current Affairs, Ethics, Journalism, Paparazzi, Press Photography, The BPPA, The Leveson Inquiry, Uncategorized by Neil Turner

When the Leveson Inquiry first opened we had little or no idea that press photographers would come in for so much criticism and abuse from the witnesses. At the association’s AGM in November we formed a plan to do what we could to counter this and put our side of the story. Shortly afterwards we sent an initial submission in

Neil TurnerThe BPPA’s second submission to the Leveson Inquiry

“You paparazzi scum!”

in The Leveson Inquiry by Nick Stern

I’ve been a news photographer for nearly twenty years and during that time I’ve covered hundreds, if not thousands of stories that have appeared in tabloid newspapers and magazines around the world. I’m British and have been living and working in Los Angeles, USA for the past four and a half years. Like many news photographers out there my work consists of

Nick Stern“You paparazzi scum!”