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Brick LaneBrick Lane in London's East End is synonymous for its curry houses. The area is however also home to London’s new media generation. With countless markets, boutique shops and a vibrant nightlife the area has fermented its own unique fashion sense. Retrospective but with bold modern twists the street styles worn by passers-by are as unique as they are uncompromising.
The ClownsDrawn from all walks of life with day jobs as diverse as tube drivers to gardeners you could walk past them in the street without realising their unique skills. Some are professionals others just do it for fun. They all say one thing in common however: the age old art of clowning is in trouble. Play Stations, ipads, mp3 players, 3D TV – not to mention the recession. With the myriad of electronic toys where children can do anything from sing along with their favourite pop star to careering around a virtual racetrack it’s little wonder the art of clowns entertaining children is suffering. “It’s easier and cheaper for parents to hire a video than to hire a clown” muses Mattie a clown with 40 years experience. It’s a common theme when speaking to clowns. Less children are taking up the art and the huge influx of modern toys has squeezed them even tighter...However there is some hope says Mattie, “with more and more children spending ever increasing time in front of the TV and computer the real human interaction that we bring has become even more powerful, we just have to get the adults to see that”.
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Jon Enoch is a London-based portrait photographer with a bold, uncomplicated approach to his work. Throughout his commercial and editorial projects, there’s a focus on work with a striking simplicity. His pictures don’t call for lengthy explanations – they stand alone as powerful images, grabbing attention with timeless colour and composition. Jon’s work has earned him widespread recognition, from multiple nominations for Celebrity Photographer of the Year to the Professional Publishers Association’s Best Magazine Cover 2012 for his portrait of Paul Gascoigne. Clients include: The Times, Peugeot, E.ON, T-mobile, Chrysler, npower, Eureka, The Guardian, Sport Magazine, Ketchum, The FT Weekend Magazine, Fabulous, Skoda and ES Magazine.
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Dale Farm in Essex home to 1000 travellers: Essex
The Notting Hill Carnival: London
Antonio Horta-Osorio, Chief Executive of LLoyds Banking Group
Andrea Jung, CEO of Avon, the cosmetics company.
Susi Maxwell Stuart aka Susi Oddball - Brighton
Transe Express carry out a rehearsal ahead of their performance at The Lift Festival: London
Two anonymous gang members: London
Martin Bingham aka Silly Mc B - Perthshire, Scotland
Binge drinking: Nottingham
Children play on Brownlow Road, one of the most deprived areas in the country: Mansfield
Worshippers at 'Living' the largest Muslim event in the UK: Lincolnshire
Mayor Boris Johnson holds his first official press conference: London
Martin Creed's sprinting runners installation at Tate Britain: London
A young women apple bobbing: Sheffield
David Allen aka Gadget - London
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne pictued in his office at the Treasury: London.
Cynthia Carroll, CEO, Anglo American
John Armitt - Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority
Journalist Hugo Rifkind joins players in a mass game of tag: london
Crowds at the V Festival: Chelmsford
Roma living in the village of Batar near Oradea, Romania
Students protest outside of the Oxford Union after The BNP’s Nick Griffin is invited to speak
Migrant workers pick flowers for UK high street retailers: Lincoln
Chloe Rayson aka Snowball - Northamptonshire
Owen Bradforth aka Oggy - Ossett, West Yorkshire
Alex Silk aka Silkie - Birmingham
Matthew Indge aka ZAZ - Brighton
Leanora Piper aka Piccolo - Hainault, Essex
Ian Bradforth aka Izzo - Ossett, West Yorkshire
Workers from marine recycling firm Able start work to dismantle former US warships for scrap: Hartlepool, UK
Mel C - Former Spice Girl
Sam Warburton - Lions Captain
Tasha Oakes aka Pippa - Northamptonshire
The BBC's The Hour and Channel 4's Misfits
Gavin Bradforth aka Malteaser - Yorkshire
Matthew Faint aka Mattie - London
BBC News presenters and correspondents
The Sirling Prize: The UK's leading young architects
Scott Parker - England Football Captain