London Photo Festival

A little mention on Artlyst …

“I spent a really enjoyable evening judging the entries at the 6th London Photo Festival held at The Crypt Borough High Street, with some great work on display. I think what was especially nice to see was the variety in the work as well as some of the more original offerings, such as Estelle Vincent’s work who I commended. “

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Interim Gardening


As the deforestation of the urban forest starts, the gardening activism taking place in the Heygate Estate slowly comes to an end and so is my project of documenting it. Selected images can be seen on my website. For information on The Heygate Estate, its history, its regeneration and displacement of its residents see Heygate Was Home.

© Estelle Vincent

Publication – FLIP magazine

Some of my photographs from Interim Gardening series have been published in FLIP magazine this month as part of their winter “Routes” issue. The magazine is available at the following stockists or online on the London Independent Photography website.

Photographers Gallery Bookshop
16–18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW

National Portrait Gallery Bookshop
St Martin’s Place, London WC2H 0HE

Whitechapel Gallery Bookshop
77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX

Serpentine Gallery Bookshop
Queensborough Terrace, London W2 3XA

Flip routes issue

Dulwich Festival News

See below for details of the upcoming Dulwich Open House weekends at The Portico Gallery, West Norwood in which I will be taking part.

Interim Gardening

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© Estelle Vincent

Research stage…first roll developed… more to come…I’m currently photographing in the Heygate Estate: main actor in the large-scale regeneration project of the Elephant & Castle area in South London. This series focuses on the current community-led gardening activities/activism which is taking place within the previously emptied 17 acre space. This is following previous work I had developed around the regeneration of London Victorian Cemeteries into alternative urban green spaces. Selected images can be seen on my website.

More details about The Heygate Estate here: