Tim Lord works from a garret studio in London’s Soho which overlooks the city’s roof tops. Soho is the center of London’s creative community – including advertising, theatre and film. It is also historically the center of its sex and entertainment industries, and acts as a refuge for its outsiders and misfits. His street work reflects that quarter’s multiple roles, and the sometimes grim and gritty backdrop in which creativity flourishes. His portraits range across the varied characters and mavericks of Soho, captured in traditional black and white medium format film photography.