Photography

A hard day’s night

It’s not just the tooth fairy working hard all night – Britain’s three million (and counting) night workers are too. Documented here are just a few members of Bristol’s nocturnal workforce: people who keep the city humming along while the rest of us are tucked up in bed or enjoying a long evening...

Subvertising in Bristol: ‘A service to your local community’

The art of hijacking Bristol’s billboards to create new meaning

"Subvertising" feats continue in Bristol

Subverts with a wicked take on stories in our city continue to appear

Photos: January in the Jungle

As European winter weather finally begins living up to its reputation, volunteers continue to travel to refugee camps on the North French coast. Photos by Luke...

Much more than small talk and a trim

A revered ritual. A rare and grudging trip for the mirror-shy. A Friday night ceremony before going on the weekly lash. Going to the salon or the barbers is more than just small talk and a trim.

Easton residents protest "damp & dangerous" housing

Over 50 people protested today outside Liv n Let property agency on Mina road in St Werburghs. The demonstration organised by ACORN Bristol community union...

A silent mind’s view of Knowle West

Knowle West is a neighbourhood in south Bristol, home to 12,000 residents. Since its creation in the 1930s following slum clearance in the city centre,...

Photos & Video: Eviction of Stapleton Allotments

  The eviction of the metrobus site started today. Teams of bailiffs and private security teams arrived on the site in the early hours to...

Photos: occupied and abandoned- buildings in the city

Bristol 2014: Political and economic changes have transformed industry, buildings and ultimately the people who live and work in this city. As we look around we find...

Photos: Inside Bristol's Kitchens

For most people restaurant kitchens are a place they know little about, unseen beyond fleeting glimpses through briefly-open doors. I spent time in a number...

Ghosts at the Feast

Arvind Howarth looks at the experiences of rough sleepers in Bristol’s town centre