Michael Donald's natural talent for portrait photography has been recognised worldwide and his work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery.
Growing up in Belfast during the 1970s meant that Michael was very influenced by photojournalism, particularly that of The Sunday Times. He looked up to Don McCullin, whose work for The Sunday Times Magazine was more gentle and empathetic than others at the time. Other photographers Michael aspired to include William Gedney, Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank.
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