Felix Clay is an independent multi-platform visual specialist based in the UK. Over the past 20 years his career has developed in tandem with the convergence of digital media, enabling him to produce cross-platform content for non-profit, corporate and media organisations around the world.

He has been a contract photographer for the Guardian newspaper since 2006, as well as a regular contributor to the Observer, Daily and Sunday Telegraph, The Times and Financial Times and most recently the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker and TIME Magazine. His editorial work has appeared in many publications around the globe including Newsweek, Vanity Fair, The South China Morning Post and the Irish Times, amongst others.

Over the course of an extensive career Felix has grown a client list that includes household names such as Marks & Spencer and Walt Disney, global corporations like BOC and Glaxosmithkline and prestige financial and legal institutions such as The Bank of England and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. His work for the charitable sector includes names such as Diabetes UK and Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research).

His extensive experience as a visual communicator has seen him commissioned to work across major international multimedia campaigns across the globe, as well as joining teams of highly skilled individuals on production teams commissioned by Oxfam, World Fish Centre, and Save the Children, most notably within Africa, South America and Asia.

His work has been recognised several times by his peers at the British Press Photographers Year, with a nomination in 2009 for Feature Photography, First Prize in 2010 for Video Production and First Prize once again in 2013 for Feature Photography.

He is available for editorial, commerical, governmental and nongovernmental multimedia production assignments worldwide.