James Barnor, 87, has practiced photography for sixty years, and is described as a pioneering force in Ghanaian photography, telling the complex stories of Ghana’s independence and London’s evolution into a multicultural space. He is accredited to be Ghana’s first full-time newspaper photographer and has exhibited in London, USA, France, among others.

In the powerful profile, the global media giant The Guardian, reenacts some of his most outstanding photographs since independence as well as the stories surrounding them.

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