I had the pleasure to photograph someone that I would put on a pedestal, James Thornton, founding CEO of Clientearth. His practise is Europe’s first public interest environmental law organisation, and he is in the New Statesman’s top ten of people who could change the world . Not only that but he is an ordained Zen Buddhist and author of 3 books, one of which (Field Guide to the Soul) I ordered on my return home. The office of Client Earth is nothing less than you’d hope for when visiting this environmental warrior. Based in London Fields, Hackney, they have a high-ceilinged open plan room with organically shaped windows above stunning vistas of the fashionable park. A bbq sits on the balcony in preparation for summer staff dining. The man himself epitomises calmness and serenity, an agreeable soul with an underlying drive. The day I went to photograph James the sun beamed through the window, providing my subject with a halo which I could only conclude was thoroughly appropriate.