ONCE UPON A TIME IN BRICK LANE
This area of East London got its name from the clay that was dug up and used by brick and tile makers in the 15th Century. This book by independent publishers Hoxton Mini Press reminds us of how London’s streets continue to change & evolve.
Paul Trevor, one of the great unsung heroes of British documentary photography, spent many years during the 70s and 80s capturing life on Brick Lane, London’s most iconic East End street. Published here for the very first time, these images, full of humour, grit, love and surprise, capture a vibrant time before the area went through dramatic social change.
'Once Upon a Time in Brick Lane', 144pp, cloth spine, 197mm x 256mm. Photography by Paul Trevor. Afterword by Alan Gilbey.