Perhaps no-one took more photographs in the East End of London in the sixties than John Claridge?
"People say life was hard in the East End but I found the living was easy and I loved it."
Collecting together more than two hundred of John Claridge's stylish and evocative images, this is a candid insider's portrait of an entire society observed by a unique photographic talent.
"My East End's gone, it doesn't exist anymore and these are pictures I could never do again, but seeing them now is like looking at an old friend."
Accompanied by an extended interview with John Claridge by The Gentle Author
Handsome hefty hardback of 272 pages printed on good quality paper and bound in grey linen (234 x 177mm)