An ex-London tour guide and a Clapham-based photographer have raised nearly £25,000 to create a book of around 250 ghost
South west London’s Kew Gardens and Richmond Park are in the top ten of the most Instagrammed nature spots in
The charity Chiswick Pier Trust will host artist Julia Fullerton-Batten to discuss her work on an ‘Old Father Thames’ series
Pioneering British photographer Christina Broom will be celebrated at a virtual talk held by the Streatham Society later this month.
Kensington and Chelsea shops transformed into pop-up galleries in aid of Republic of YOUmanity project
Shops around Kensington and Chelsea are displaying giant sized photos symbolising humanity and community throughout the second nationwide lockdown, in
The London Photo Festival is continuing to run throughout lockdown in Twickenham, amid Government restrictions. This year’s theme is ‘womanhood’,
Young carers are embracing the positive impact of creative activities designed to combat increasing levels of loneliness, anxiety, and depression.
To this day, it remains a mystery why New Order’s frontman turned up to the video shoot for England’s 1990
Two photographers are raising money to support St George’s Hospital taking portraits of people at their doorsteps. Laura Shimili, 40,
Climate change, camera cars, and the ethics of zoos: An afternoon with a Richmond wildlife photographer
Meet Graeme Purdy, an animal photographer who locks eyes with some of the planet’s most dangerous creatures where one bad
The acclaimed photographer Chris Steele-Perkins has travelled the world for almost five decades but his latest exhibition, In Brixton, is very much