Lord Shaftesbury - Channel 4
Lord Cholmondley - Apollo Magazine
Niki Rousseau - EDF Energy/Havas Worldwide
Bob Birkenhead - EDF Energy/Havas Worldwide
James Harris - Photographer
Jay Pritchard - Vandenburg Space and Missile Center Director
Min Hogg - Former Editor of World of Interiors
The London Magazine
Justin Barton is based in London, UK. His work focuses on personal history and heritage through portraiture, architecture, still life, interiors and landscapes.
He undertakes both commercial and editorial work in all of these disciplines. He is also a founder and regular contributor to 'Deepsleep' the online magazine devoted to contemporary art photography.
2015 International Photography Awards
2nd Place Political
2015 KLPA Portrait Awards
2015 Belfast Photo Festival
2014 Moscow International Photography Awards
3rd Place Politcal
2013 Lucie Foundation Emerging Photography Scholarship
2013 International Color Awards
1st Place and Category Winner
Finalist and Jurors Pick (Thomas Dworzak)
2012 RGB Awards
2011 International Photography Awards
2nd Place Historic Archecture
2010 International Photography Awards
2nd Place Interiors
Atomic War in Details
2013 Der Spiegel
2013 Its Nice That
2015 Whitebox Gallery KL (August)
Group Show - KLPA Portrait Finalists
2015 Silverprint Gallery (Feb)
Group Show - Deepsleep Magazine - Reflections
2014 Singapore International Photo Festival (Oct)
2014 Organ Vida Photo Festival (Sep)
2014 St Giles House (Aug)
Solo Show - The Restoration of St Giles
2013 Museum Villa Stuck (Sep)
The Artist's Residence as a Total Work of Art
2013 Organ Vida Photo Festival (Sep)
Group Show - Festival Finalists
2013 Copenhaghen Photo Festival (June)
Group Show - Censored
Blast Door I SS-24 'Scalpel'Complex - USSR/CIS
Colonel Alexander Tarasenko Ret. ICBM Division and Missile Crew Commander
"Naturally, I was prepared to launch. That was our purpose..."
Blast Door II SS-24 'Scalpel'Complex - USSR/CIS
Blast Lock Area Titan II Complex - US
Captain Tom Garret Ret. ICBM Missile Crew Commander
"I'm sure the missileers of today... do question the policies behind accomplishing that mission... But they will still DO the mission."
MCCC Chair Titan II Launch Control Centre - US
Command Chair SS-24 'Scalpel' Silo - USSR/CIS
Captain Les Walker Ret. ICBM Missile Crew Commander
"An actual launch feels pretty disappointing. You just can't see, hear or feel anything in the launch control centre. You want to be outside watching it go."
Major Viktor Ksenzov Ret. Missile Guidance Analyst/ICBM Missile Combat Crew Member
'I never asked Putin to rescue me... my Loyalty remains with Ukraine.'
Launch Console Titan II Launch Control Centre - US
Command Telephone SS-24 'Scalpel' Silo - USSR/CIS
Warrant Officer Vladimir Ishenko Ret. Missile Facilities Technician/ICBM Combat Crew Member
"...For 25 years my wife had no idea where I was going, when I left the house in the morning".
Technical Sergeant Mark Nelson Ret. Missile Facilities Technician/ICBM Combat Crew Member
"I do worry though that be the international community isolating Russia could indeed bring back the Cold War mentality.'
Prototype Rocket Nozzle Unknown ICBM - USSR/CIS
Re-entry Verhicle Thor IRBM - UK/USA
MInuteman II ICBM (Internals) - US
Rocket Fuel Handler's Clothing Outfits (RFHCOs) - US
Captain Bob Rice Ret. ICBM Missile Combat Crew Commander
"We would never have struck first back then... which was why I was upset when we went into Iraq."
Staff Sergeant Rick James Ret. ICBM Missile Maintainance Crew
"When you first touch a live warhead... well that's a pretty sobering experience I can tell you'"
Rocket Fuel Pipes Titan II Silo - US
Mark 6 Reentry Vehicle - US
Lieutenant Colonel Sergi Bublik Ret. Engineer/ICBM Missile Crew Commander
'I'd say the espionage must have been excellent... We had to spend more time learning about their systems than our own'.
Lieutenant Colonel Vladimir Solonenko Ret. Military Inteligence /ICBM Missile Crew Commander
"As Head of Intelligence, it was my job to carry the briefcase with one of the three remote launch devices..."
Black Powder Gas Generator and Protector Tray SS-18 'Satan' ICBM - Rear View