We are not in a suburb of northen England corroded by gray and concrete where children have learned to grow up too fast.
It is in London in Camden town skatepark that my photographic reflection about adolescence revealed itself. This story focuses on Young adolescents I met in Cantelowes skatepark when they were just about fifteen.
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