For decades, an area of East London has served as a community hub for Vietnamese people looking for a taste of home.
David Hoffman recalls documenting the fight back against the city council’s decision to tear down crumbling buildings where squatters were living.
The photographer reflects on building trust with his subjects and using the street as his studio.
Mico Toledo’s latest project saw the photographer roaming the streets of Clapton, capturing its diverse residents and moments of quiet beauty.
Amid the release of her new book, the former refugee turned boxer, model, humanitarian and now author reflects on the turbulent journey that has shaped her remarkable rise.
The iconic East London location has long been a vibrant pocket of Bangla culture. But with rising rents and plans for a new shopping mall, can this community survive the threat of gentrification?
Photographer Stephen Burridge talks preserving the memory of places on the margins of capitalism and celebrating the UK's vibrant communities.
On and off-screen best friends Kosar Ali and Bukky Bakray on growing up in East London, and why diverse stories are as vital as ever.
Dalston’s Total Refreshment Centre closed as a music venue a year ago – and although it may be gone, its legacy lives on.
To mark the release of East London Photo Stories, we speak to seven different photographers about what keeps bringing them back to the neighbourhood.
The fight to save Hackney Wick is about more than artists losing homes – it’s about who London is for, and what we stand to lose when they’re gone.
Using a multiple exposure technique, Chris Dorley-Brown creates narratives in the city’s East End, creating images that exist outside of a specific moment.