Going underground: Todmorden photographer in select company for London transport milestone

Todmorden photographer Christopher Stewart  is in very select company after one of his images was chosen to feature in an exhibition at Westminster Tube Station to mark the start of 24-hour services on the 150-year-old London Underground
Todmorden photographer Christopher Stewart is in very select company after one of his images was chosen to feature in an exhibition at Westminster Tube Station to mark the start of 24-hour services on the 150-year-old London Underground
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Todmorden photographer Christopher Stewart is in very select company after one of his images was chosen to feature in an exhibition at Westminster Tube Station to mark the start of 24-hour services on the 150-year-old London Underground.

Chris is in company of only 19 others including some of photography’s most famous names such as Cecil Beaton, Sam Taylor-Johnson and Rankin.

A Todmorden resident since 2006, Chris previously lived in London, working as a creative colour technician and digital drum scanner with Getty images as well as a freelance events photographer, selling his work via firstly Redferns music picture liberty and latterly Getty images.

The exhibition is run by Transport for London and runs until April 12, so any valley people on holiday in the capital over Easter might like to keep an eye open for Chris’s work, which is pictured above.