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All images on this website are available as signed, archival digital c-type prints as edition of 50.

There are 4 sizes available:

25 × 30 cm£10030 × 40 cm£15050 × 60 cm£25080 × 100 cm£400

The two smaller sizes will include a 2.5 cm white border in addition to the image size given above.

The two larger sizes will include a 5 cm white border in addition to the image size given above.

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Lewis Khan is a photographic artist born and raised in London, working with stills and motion. From an early age, Lewis was drawn to the tactile and immediate nature of photography, using the camera as a means to engage with the world around him.

His portrait based practice is a study of emotion, relationships and belonging. With a keen eye for observation and a personal interest in community as a driving force in his work, Lewis has produced an impressive portfolio of imagery that both acts as social commentary, and immerses him physically in the places, groups, and relationships pictured in his photographs.


Clients & Features

Brick Magazine
British Journal of Photography
De Morgen
The Economist
Epoch Review
FT Weekend Magazine
The Guardian
The New Yorker
NHS England
Paper Journal
Save The Children
Splash & Grab
TIME Magazine
Virgin Records
Yinka Ilori


The Guardian
Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2022

GUP Magazine
Lewis Khan: ABQ

British Journal of Photography
Prom night: How the tradition captivated photographers

Autre Love
Tactile with the world: An interview of Photographer & Film Maker Lewis Khan

Lewis Khan’s euphoric photos of a south London prom night

The Face
This film celebrates the adolescent magic of school proms

AOP 2020 Award winners unveiled, BBC News

Emotional photographs from inside an NHS hospital

“Resilience, Beauty and Fragility”: Photos Revealing Life in UK Hospitals

The Face
The NHS captured over four years

The Beauty And Trauma Of The NHS

Creative Review
What does it take to photograph a working hospital?

The New Statesman
Theatre: a portrait of the NHS

Port Magazine: Theatre

British Journal of Photography
A portrait of our national health service

British Journal of Photography
Lewis Khan photographs a lesser known side of London

Interview: Lewis Khan

Loupe Magazine
Photographic education an interview with Lewis Khan

It’s Nice That
Photographer Lewis Khan on spending 18 months in the NHS

Huck Magazine
Capturing humanity at the heart of the NHS

A Curator

Another Magazine
The agony and the ecstasy of a fan clubs annual party

Awards & Exhibitions

Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize
Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York

Gold, AOP Open Award

Shortlist, Bar Tur Photo Award

Palm* Photo Prize, Judges Panel 2nd Prize
Portrait of Britain, British Journal of Photography

Shortlist, Guernsey Photo Festival
Photoworks Presents: Collaborate, London

Portrait of Britain, British Journal of Photography
Peaches & Cream, Millennium Images
RPS Int. Print Competition 160
PYLOT Magazine ‘Perspective’ Exhibition, London

Finalist ‘AOP Awards 2016’, Truman Brewery, London
Aritst Talk, Recyclart, Brussels
Under the Same Sun artist film screening, South London
Gallery, selected by Guggenheim Museum, South London
Gallery & Recreative Editorial Board
Shortlist ‘Magnum Graduate Photographer Award’

Shortlist ‘Magnum Graduate Photographer Award’
Artist Residency, The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
Portrait Salon, London
Photofusion Salon, London

Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed, The Photographers Gallery
1st Prize Shuffle Film Festival, The City, London, curated by Danny Boyle
RPS Intl. Print Competition 157
The London Short Film Festival
Open City Docs, Docheads, London

Winner, Motorcade Flash Parade National Open, Bristol
Reely & Truly, Bold Tendencies, London


BA (Hons) Photography, UWE Bristol, First Class Honours


Artist Talk, Kingston University, BA Photography

Artist Talk, The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London
Weymouth College, FDA Photography, Speaker & Visiting Critic

Artist Talk, Recyclart, Brussels
Kingston University, MA Architecture, Tutor & Visiting Critic
Fortismere School, A Level Photography, Speaker & Visiting Critic

UWE Bristol, Speaker & Visiting Critic
 Kingston University, MA Architecture, Tutor & Visiting Critic
Kingston University, MA Architecture, Tutor & Visiting Critic

Artist Talk, The Photogrpahers Gallery, Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed
Fortismere School, A Level Photography, Speaker & Visiting Critic

North Stars
(19 images)

(32 images)

3, 3

Ride Outs
(14 images)

Leavers – film

Along the Warrid
(14 images)

Lala &ce
(15 images)

(3 images)

(18 images)

Nador to Tendrara
(8 images)

Happy Hour
(11 images)

It’ll Soon Be Night Time
(27 images)

(21 images)

Leavers – photos
(30 images)

Georgetown – film

Georgetown – photos
(14 images)

Tape for George

All Change
(9 images)

(21 images)

We Are Nurses

Inis Oirr

1/11North Stars, Epoch Review Issue 2

1/6Happy Hour, Luncheon Magazine no. 16

FT Weekend, Jan 2023

Theatre, cover and feature as part of Workers Special, FT Weekend Magazine, January 2023

1/4Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2022

Mike, exhibited at the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2022.
Exhibition held at Cromwell Place, London. 

Photographs © David Parry

1/4Aesthetica Short Film Festival

Leavers, screened at Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2022, York. 

1/10SCBU, West Middlesex Hospital

Permanent artwork installations for the 5 recovery rooms in SCBU (Special Care Baby Unit) at the West Middlesex Hospital, London. 

Commissioned by CW+. 

Leavers, Granta Magazine Issue 158

Leavers, cover and feature, Granta Magazine Issue 158, February 2022


Theatre, 1st Edition 270mm x 215mm 88pp

Published by The Lost Light Recordings, 2020.

In 2014 Khan won a bursary to make imagery for an exhibition at The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London, after which the Hospital Trust asked him to pitch for a new project. Initially his idea revolved around the politics of anti-privatization, a narrative that is still important to him. Gradually though, his approach became less overtly political and more transparently human, dealing with the strength and fragility that he witnessed on a daily basis. 

He spent prolonged periods time assimilating to the environment. Shadowing Mark Bower, a consultant oncologist, he became aware of the emotional effects of hospital life that apply just as much to staff as patients. This observation suggested that the hierarchy that we might assume of hospital life is a fallacy. The reality is more like a mutual respect that eschews power dynamics in favour of a communal understanding. 

From Strength and Fragility, by Jim Campbell.

1/5Portrait of Britain 2017

Portrait of Britain is an award-winning nationwide photography exhibition, run by British Journal of Photography in partnership with JCDecaux. The exhibition celebrates the rich tapestry of people that make up Great Britain, by turning their stories into public art.

Photographs © Christopher Bethell

1/2Shuffle Film Festival

Georgetown, awarded 1st Prize at Shuffle Film Festival 2014

Danny Boyle
Clio Barnard
Sally El Hosaini
Dexter Fletcher

Photographs © Cameron Williamson & Elena Heatherwick

1/3FFWE, The Photographers’ Gallery

Georgetown, Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed

Established in 2008, the annual exhibition and competition Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed gives emerging talent the opportunity to exhibit their work at The Photographers’ Gallery. Showcasing the quality and breadth of graduate work from visual arts courses across the UK, the exhibition and relating programmes celebrate the innovative practices from a range of photographic fields.


Selected by a panel of photographic experts from different backgrounds, artist/photographers have the opportunity to work closely with the exhibitions team to develop their presentation within the exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery 

Photographs © Kate Elliott

1/2Bonnington Festival

Georgetown, Screening at the Bonnington Festival.

Projection onto the wall of George's house. 

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