Something that I haven’t got round to blogging about much lately, but has still been running in the background of my life, is my ongoing series of portraits for Our First World War, a column in BBC History magazine. They’re little portraits to illustrate first-hand accounts of the war, told from letters, diary entries, and interviews with participants. They’re almost all pictures of various young men, and they’re all incredibly tragic. Here are five of the newer ones, from the last few months. You can see the whole selection in my portfolio here, and read the articles on the BBC History website.