These photographs were made in City of London churches over the spring/summer of 2017, a period of tragedy and political intrigue that seemed to fill the air with a sense of despair and anxiety. In these interiors of London churches, the careful placing of everyday objects within the church, suggest a reverential human connection with the spiritual, where remnants of […]
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