Previous years – 2014, 2016. Words by Adam Vaughan (@adamvaughan_uk) Shorn of their baubles, tinsel and twinkling lights, the Christmas trees in a south-east London park have come to meet their end. “As long as this thing behaves itself, we could probably stick … Continue reading →
Back in January 2014, I had the idea to document the waste of the Christmas season, photographing all the dead and thrown-out trees from Christmas. Now that I’m living in a different area, I thought it would be interesting to … Continue reading →
‘This isn’t at all like London’: life in Walter Segal’s self-build ‘anarchist’ estate Segal’s self-build experiments of the 1980s revolutionised the UK’s approach to providing low-cost housing. But have these lessons since been forgotten? Words by Alice Grahame (@alicesangle) When … Continue reading →
As part of an on-going multimedia and film project on jazz musicians in London, I’ve been trying to document various musicians and bands. Here are some shots of London-based jazz trio Herosmash, practising in their drummer’s dining room.
Another university project, this time it was James who let me shoot some photographs. James has a really interesting job – he gets to travel around various concert halls and venues tuning pianos for Steinway & Sons. I really enjoyed … Continue reading →