Graffcity: A Day with a writer

Grafitti is a major part of London. It’s unavoidable, plastered everywhere. For those not in the know, it easily goes unnoticed. I recently followed a graffiti artist Luke (not his real name) on his travels through the city, we spoke and walked through east London, and he gave me an insight into the secret underworld of […]

40 Years Of The Undercroft

On Tuesday the 6th of November ‘What’s Up Southbank” opened at the LCC Studio on the top floor of Elephant & Castle shopping center. The exhibition constitutes of 40 years of images and videos that were taken at the undercroft in the Southbank center. The works include contributions from Grey Skate Mag, Mike O’Meally and […]

Reconcile in Rwanda

The New York times magazines’ ‘Portraits of Reconciliation’, presents a selection of images and words depicting individuals 20 years after the mass genocide in Rwanda. The publication aims to show the effort of AMI a non-profit that aims to bring together people in hopes of forgiveness. Perhaps the most poignant image of all, is the […]