Another fantastic series from London-based photographer Sam Gregg (previously featured here). Having spent a lot of time abroad, Gregg takes a moment to explore the question of what it means to be British all while entertaining the possibility that he’s never really known. As he states:
“I wander the streets in search of my heritage, flitting from greasy spoons to pie & mash shops, from north to east and back again. Maybe I’m looking in the wrong places, maybe I’m not. Perhaps one day I’ll find it, at the bottom of a translucent parcel of chips or in the calcified dregs of my tea. This is me, simply trying to find out.”
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