Working for Britain's leading newspaper The Sun, Lee Thompson has been at the heart of many of the world's top breaking stories.
Whether it is covering the Egyptian Revolution, the Tsunami in Japan or the Royal wedding, Lee's photos have continuously graced the front pages.
Always rising to the challenge, his work has taken him across the world to areas as diverse as war-torn Congo and the slums of India.
His natural talent, dedication and passion for photography shines through his work, which has appeared in numerous national newspapers and magazines.
He started working as a photographer at just 17 for the Chester Chronicle, and moved to one of the UK's leading news agencies, South West News Service, in 2002.
Lee has been based in London and working for The Sun on a freelance basis since 2006 and also does regular worldwide assignments for Christian Aid.