Photographers Josh Adam Jones and Alesha Hickmans are volunteering their time to train community groups in their craft. Most recently, they gave a free community photography workshop in St Anne’s, as part of a project called Look & Learn funded by Bricks Bristol, UWE Bristol Community Fund and Quartet Community Foundation. The day included an introduction to the technical aspects of digital and analogue photography, before taking photos in St Anne’s Woods and St Anne’s House, a building which will soon become a creative community hub run by Bricks Bristol.
‘Crazy summers, days of rage’: how Beezer’s camera immortalised 1980s Bristol
Long before the ‘Bristol sound’ label was applied to the potent sonic brew bubbling from the city in the 90s, Andy ‘Beezer’ Beese moved with the bass-heavy beats of the 80s to photograph the era's pulses, parties and protests.
Photos: Shutting down Broadmead to protest the environmental impact of fast fashion
On Saturday, hundreds of people took part in a protest in Bristol city centre organised by Extinction Rebellion to raise awareness of the environmental costs of the fashion industry.
Photoessay: Feeding the people we love
Be it bottle, breast or both, photographer Esther May Campbells’ arresting portraits shatter the stigma to show the beauty of parents feeding their loved ones in Bristol.