Ten years ago today I had the opportunity to organise an exhibition of graffiti and street art photography at the Institute Of Contemporary Art (ICA) in central London. Me and five other London graff photographers put on a show in this incredibly prestigious gallery, something that no-one had ever tried before. It was quite a gamble but it really paid off, I’m very proud of the work we all put up on the wall (including this picture).
The ICA said it was the busiest opening night that anyone could ever remember, after about 8pm they had to do a one-in-one-out and the queue stretched right up The Mall. It felt like everyone in the London graffiti scene was there. A few of my friends waited so long to get in that they gave up and went home. Definitely the peak of my photography career!