Photography:  Tristan Bejawn

Photography: Tristan Bejawn

‘Knife crime: What happened to Michael?’ - for BBC Stories

‘the people fighting to end knife crime for good’ for i-D

This East London women’s charity is fighting back against austerity - now, it’s future is under attack’ for Prospect Magazine

Q&A with George The Poet for Observer New Review

Mim Shaikh’s ‘Finding Dad’: One Man’s Exploration Of Fatherlessness’ for Complex UK

Inside the decline of London’s youth clubs’ for Thinking City

The war on our streets: boys in UK knife crime are like child soldiers. They need compassion’ for New Statesman

The two Brixtons’ for Prospect Magazine

Kanye West’s Donald Trump bromance is both attention-grabbing and chilling’ for New Statesman

Amid London’s knife crime epidemic, classical philosophy offers young people an alternative’ for Prospect Magazine

The ‘Hero’s Journey’ - a programme to improve professionalism in male students’ for Ark Blog

Paranthas and Parakeets: remembering grandma’s eternal kitchen’ for Media Diversified

Knife crime is rising - and we’re closing down the very places that could stop it’ for The Guardian

‘What Does Gentrification Mean To You?’ Asking Teenagers in Elephant and Castle’ for Novara Media

What’s the word p*ki between friends?’ for Media Diversified

A view from Brixton: how to bridge gentrification’s stark divide’ for New Statesman

Perspective: ‘Undies’ - youth, police and race in Brixton’ for CRACK

The hard knock life of British multiculturalism’ for New Statesman



The future of UK drill’ for Red Bull Music

UK Rap vs The World’ for CRACK

67’s LD on the state of UK drill music’ for i-D

The Moral Panic Against UK Drill Is Deeply Misguided’ for Pitchfork

Voice of the streets: Kenny Allstar is bringing the UK drill scene together’ for Red Bull Music

How British Asians Impacted UK Rap (And Beyond)’ for Trench

The Artist Who Goes By “23”’ for Air Jordan

Steel Banglez is Making Crossover UK Rap Hits Without Sacrificing Any Authenticity’ for Pigeons & Planes

MK The Plug and M1 On The Beat are UK drill’s brightest hope’ for FACT

Nines in 9 Tracks’ for CRACK

Nines: Rise and Shine’ for CRACK

Don’t drop the mic: why music college SoundSkool must not be silenced’ for The Guardian

Treating drill rappers like terrorists is a colossal mistake’ for New Statesman

J Hus, Knife Crime and the Way the UK Mainstream Consumes Music’ for Noisey

Skengdo & AM Are the UK Drillers at the Top of Their Game’ for Noisey

Why Spotify’s ban on “hate content” isn’t solving the problem, it’s hiding from it’ for Shortlist

What makes young people carry knives? It’s not drill music for sure’ for The Guardian

UK Drill and Youth Violence: The Final Word’ for Trench

Get Familiar With UK Drill, the New Sound Exploding on the Streets of London’ for Pigeons & Planes

Them Pretty New Blocks: Drill Music and Gentrification in South London’ for CRACK

From Chicago to Brixton: The surprising rise of UK Drill’ for FACT

The resurgence of grime music exposes a new form of political disillusionment’ for New Statesman



What Israel’s gardens say about the occupation of the Palestinian people’ for British Journal of Photography

Early British Colonial Travellers Show Earliest Images of India’ for British Journal of Photography

Frantz Fanon’s psychology of race, in photographs’ for British Journal of Photography

Boys in the corner: Simon Wheatley’s images of Britain’s most exciting music subculture’ for British Journal of Photography

The New Medium: exhibiting the first photographs ever taken in India’ for British Journal of Photography

Dead on a sidewalk, martyred online’ for British Journal of Photography

Chris Steele-Perkins — A Place In The Country’ for British Journal of Photography