‘Invisible Britain: Portraits of Hope and Resilience’ gives a narrative to those forgotten by the media and government in modern Britain.
The book features the work of several accomplished documentary photographers, to show the untold stories of those affected by issues such as Brexit, austerity, de-industrialisation and social upheaval.
The Broadway are hosting a screening of the Invisible Britain: Sleaford Mods film with a panel Q&A to discuss the book with director/editor Paul Sng, Carl Phillips and photographers David Severn and Laura Dicken.
We sat down with Paul Sng, to talk about the book...
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