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Working as a Photographer in Residence at the Homeless charity SHOC I spent a year with the people there: documenting the important spaces, hearing their stories.

Influenced by Richard Alvedon's "In the American West" and Anthony Luvera's assisted self portraits I worked with the SHOC community using a popup studio.

I wanted to draw out the individuality of each person and show they, like everyone else, have hopes and dreams, loves and hates, strengths and weaknesses.

The residency and body of work documents the compelling and chaotic narrative of Serena Hall’s daily life, the people living and working there, the often unseen spaces associated with homelessness and the support people provide.

I have produced a book that can be viewed here 

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