i-Images is a leading international picture agency founded in 2011 by award-winning photographers Andrew Parsons and Stephen Lock
i-Images is a member of the prestigious Royal Rota and Andrew and Stephen regularly accompany the Royal Family on their overseas tours.
i-Images pictures can be seen on the front pages of newspapers and magazines around the world.
Its team of photographers cover news, features, portraits, fashion and showbiz bringing you unrivalled coverage from the latest stories and events. They are also available for commissions.
Stephen Lock worked for the Daily Telegraph for twenty years and is well known on the international fashion circuit
Stephen has covered more than 1000 fashion shows in places as far afield as New Zealand and Brazil, as well as in New York, Milan and Paris.
His career has taken him around the world to assignments ranging from the fall of the Berlin Wall, the massacre of the Nepalese royal family in Katmandu, ballooning over the Andes in South America and the plight of the Kurds in Iraq at the end of the Gulf War.
Andrew Parsons is a multi award-winning photojournalist
Andrew travels regularly with the Royal Family and with British politicians on their overseas visits. He recently accompanied British Prime Minister Theresa May on her first visit to meet President Trump and he was one of two photographers to hike Mount Everest with Prince Harry. He is best known for his behind-the-scenes coverage of British Prime Minister David Cameron’s team in government.
He is also a Leica Camera Ambassador. Leica recently put on an exhibition of Andrew’s photographs taken when on assignment in Nepal and South Sudan for the international NGO Action Against Hunger.
Andrew’s first major solo exhibition - War, Royalty and Politics - in 2014, was visited by the former Prime Minister David Cameron, the then Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and the former Chancellor, George Osborne.
Andrew is also a respected war photographer and has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon and Bosnia. His photographs capturing the moment a regiment was ambushed by the Taliban in 2007 led to him winning War Photographer of the Year in the prestigious PX3 Prix De La Photographie.
His other awards include Royal Photographer of the Year in the UK Picture Editors Guild awards (2014), Live News Photographer of the Year in the British Press Photographers’ Association awards (2008), Essay Photographer of the Year in the UK Picture Editors Guild awards (2005) (for his political work) and Abu Dhabi’s Tourism award, 2009. He is currently nominated for this year’s Royal Photographer of the Year in the UK Picture Editors Guild awards.
His career began at the Cambridge Evening News from where he moved to the Times of London where he covered international news, features, fashion and sport. Andrew joined the UK’s national news agency the Press Association in 2001 where he documented key events including the Queen Mother’s funeral, the wedding of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the World Cup 2006 and Wimbledon tennis tournament.
In 2007 Andrew and Stephen both moved to the Middle East where they were part of the launch team for Abu Dhabi’s first English language newspaper, The National, where they worked as senior photographers in 2007 and 2008.