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Vibrant Youth is an ongoing portrait series showcasing some young creatives in Bristol who are working two or more jobs to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams.

“Together we have shared financial fears and navigated creative careers,” says Bristol-based photographer Seb Peters, who has been documenting life in the city since he moved here in 2017.

Like him, the young people featured in his portraits are all juggling work, and sometimes study, while spending their free time pushing their creative projects.

“These are people to watch, to be excited and inspired by,” he says.

Photos: Seb Peters

For the whole series: sebjjp.com

Ramelle, poet and dancer

@ramellewilliams

Gracie, an artist who uses the city around her as her inspiration

@graciethomas

Ben, musician and producer

Jozie, Model, organiser and DJ@johzee_bristo

Between studying, working and trying to build a fulfilling creative career in her spare time, Nemo is tired, busy and full of enthusiasm@nemobxng

O’shayDriver by day, model by night

@lovewin

Kash, visual artist

@_bour_don

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