Photographer Vinca Petersen recounts how the free party scene became a vehicle for civil disobedience and defiance of authority.
Former teacher Alan Moss recalls photographing Hughes-Quinn Junior High – a school in a troubled area with an often misunderstood student body.
A new book brings together photographer Paul McDonough vibrant scenes from across the US, offering a elegiac topography of the late 20th century.
Photographer Elizabeth Waterman discusses her project documenting sex workers across the US and Mexico.
Frankie Perez remembers chronicling the evolution of breakdance between 2018 to 2020 across the US, Mexico and Canada, celebrating an art form that has stayed true to its cultural roots despite mainstream success.
Activist and photographer Leonard Fink’s newly-digitised archive captures the West Village’s marches, queer bars and cruising grounds, highlighting the passion and creativity LGBTQ+ people exhibited after Stonewall.
Photographer Stephen Burridge talks preserving the memory of places on the margins of capitalism and celebrating the UK's vibrant communities.
Driven by intuition, Ian Howorth has an eye for detail and an unconventional approach. He shares some tips to navigate the world of photography.
Cian Oba-Smith, Kyle Weeks and Josh Nice were the independent imagemakers selected as winners by the Independent Photography Festival's judges and public.
As England's capital gets swallowed by property developers and soulless restaurant chains, photographer Theo McInnes has been documenting South London's quiet resistance.
George Muncey is the film photographer behind the hugely successful Negative Feedback channel, where he teaches how to shoot analogue in the digital age.
The Berrics’ Hellchild video profile on Jacob Messex coincides with the twenty-year-old skate and youth culture documentarian’s solo show and Filmus zine release at Kingswell.