Afterhours Sleaze and Dignity: a series of photography books set in a Soho of the mind. Around seventeen years ago I stumbled upon a semi-hidden world which only truly came alive well after midnight and which existed in the heart of London, in red-light drenched basements behind unmarked Soho doors.
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