Barbican Collection

I was commissioned to take photographs for the 25th anniversary of the Barbican Centre and was intrigued by how people enjoy this unique, urban living environment. I wanted to celebrate how the Barbican is the one place where the post-war ‘Modernist’ vision of the future has actually succeeded.

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Curved seat, Lakeside Terrace (#411)
Reflections, Gilbert House (#458)
City 'phone-call, Gilbert Bridge (#412)
School girls, St. Giles Terrace (#464)
Cafe Terrace, Barbican Arts Centre (#463)
Graduation day (#413)
Lunchtime companions, Lakeside Terrace (#466)
The onlooker, Gilbert Bridge (#465)
Feet up by the fountain, Lakeside Terrace (#467)
Playtime, Upper Frobisher Crescent (#468)
From St. Giles' Terrace (#470)
Barbican romance (#414)
Across 2000 years: Roman City wall, St. Giles' Church & Barbican towers (#469)
Chilled life, St. Giles' Terrace (#415)
Social lunch, Barbican (#471)
Reading on the balcony, Barbican (#459)
City oasis, Barbican (#472)

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