WATERLOO THROUGH THE LENS OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHER EMMANUEL COLE
WATERLOO THROUGH THE LENS OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHER EMMANUEL COLE

Famed street photographer, Emmanuel Cole presents a specially curated selection of imagery, produced in partnership with London BID, WeAreWaterloo. Showcasing the ever-changing landscape of SE1, the project is a true testament to Emmanuel’s interpretation of an area in transition. Waterloo’s definitive characteristics can be experienced throughout the photo series, varying from a diverse array of Lower Marsh Market traders through to the hidden, undisturbed backstreets

Emmanuel Cole, noted for his signature style and depiction of gritty inner city life, has quickly risen to become one of the cities most revered street photographers. This unique style has earned him over 133k Instagram followers to date and a constantly expanding portfolio of photographs that document the city’s ongoing narrative through a period of cultural and architectural change.

Emmanuel’s images have been shot across the summer of 2018, documenting iconic areas of SE1 including The Cut, Lower Marsh Market and Leake Street Arches. Once a South London resident himself, Emmanuel Cole’s unique vision of the city and Waterloo’s longstanding history of all things anti-establishment allow for a perfectly matched partnership aimed at presenting Waterloo in a format as fresh, as it is authentic.

@WeAreWaterloo

WeAreWaterloo is the Business Improvement District for Waterloo, which works with over 400 businesses in the area to make  Waterloo a great place to visit, live and do business.

For more information see wearewaterloo.co.uk