Ever since the rise of mobiles, public telephones have seen a steady decline in use. At least, their intended use. The aim of this blog is to take a closer look at London’s phone boxes, through the medium of photography.

What can the contents, cover art and corrosion of these once essential features of British society tell us about the lives they’ve led, their current status and where they might end up? And what can they tell us about the people using them? These are the questions I hope my photographs will answer. If nothing else, I hope you enjoy the randomness, predictability and curiosity of what I find in and around the capital’s phone boxes…

This is phoneboxing.


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