No place sums up the Bristol attitude of artistic creation and rebellion as Stokes Croft and Montpelier. With its world-renowned street art, thriving local scene and diverse cultural history, Stokes Croft has for decades been resisting the inevitable creep of corporate interests, but more importantly offers up an alternative.Colin’s photographs take you under the skin of the people, cultures, and place in this unique area of the city, where lives intersect and a new world is being created every day.
|Publisher:||The History Press|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
About the Author
COLIN MOODY is a street photographer, artist and journalist who has been photographing Bristol and its people since moving there in 2009 and his fascination with the city never dwindles. He takes photographs that have been described as finding ‘the extraordinary in the ordinary, Colin zeroes in on the individual in a crowd, and finds humour and warmth in the everyday’ (Bristol Life Magazine, October 2017).Colin is also a TV and radio presenter who currently presents weekly on BCfm One Love Brekky and monthly on BBC Radio Bristol (and Somerset).