Anne Worthington grew up in Blackpool in the North West of England and then moved to Manchester. Whilst living in the inner-city area of Hulme, she
Don Tonge’s stunning photographs of Bolton in the 1970s capture the large town in the days when life seemed a lot simpler for many. Play The
In 1974 photographer Chris Hunt documented the lives of working class families in Beeton Grove, Longsight – a small terraced street just a couple of miles
Mick was born and raised in Sheffield. Growing up on Park Hill he enrolled on a Graphic Design course at Sheffield College of Art in 1968.
Prior to documenting the 90s rave scene, photographer Tony Davis grew up on Nottingham’s Clifton Estate during the sixties and seventies. As a working class kid,
Jeff Barrett About ten years ago I received an email, totally out of the blue, from a fella that I knew when we were teenagers. He
One of the greatest pleasures at British Culture Archive is stumbling across a body of work that has been sat unseen in a photographers archives for
Janette Beckman’s work has spanned more than five decades, a portrait and documentary photographer she captured the rise of punk in seventies London, as well as
Jürgen Schadeberg was born in Berlin in 1931, after working as an apprentice photographer for a German Press Agency in Hamburg he emigrated to South Africa
As a founder of the Rock Against Racism movement in the 1970s Red Saunders was a key player behind the gigs and festivals that inspired a
During the 1970s juvenile jazz bands were at their peak across the working class towns and villages of the UK’s coalfields. For those not familiar with
Martyn Goodacre is a renowned rock & roll photographer who captured many iconic bands and artists whilst working as a freelancer for the music press throughout
Peter Degan is a self taught photographer living in Derby, England. He’s originally a native of Glasgow where he lived and worked for most of his
Self-taught photographer Andrew Moore grew up on Tyneside in the North East of England. In the early 1980s he moved to London to go to university
I’ve been a fan of Peter Mitchell since I first saw his photograph of Mr & Mrs Hudson outside their newsagents in Seacroft, Leeds in 1974.