Since being designated European Capital of Culture in 2008, the landscape and vibe of the city of Liverpool has been going through a dramatic regeneration. Once notorious for striking dockers, violent street riots and unemployment, Liverpool is now recognised as a hub of art, culture and commerce, attracting visitors from around the world.
As a photographer I find myself drawn towards the boundary of the regeneration, where overhead cranes tower over every block. There I can observe the places and people who are part of the gradual synthesis taking place between the old and new.
GB / England / Liverpool / 2016