COVER STAR: An interview with Dylan the Gypsy

Our cover star of PHC Print Vol. 1 is Dylan the Gypsy, an actress and DJ living in Brooklyn NY. She describes herself as a half Ethiopian, half American Muslim. She took a break from being a drop dead gorgeous powerhouse to answer a few questions for us. What does music mean to you? It’s…

Middlesbrough: A Small Town in Sheffield

The starting point for anything I have to say about these photos is at the same time both geographical and personal. I cannot think of myself without relation to home – without an inbuilt compass that points due north. The focus of the photos is to portray this environment, and this fundamentally involves the industrial…

The Ins and Outs of Instagram

Instagram came onto the scene several years ago now, and has grown at a record rate since its inception, with 40 million photos uploaded every day. That’s a hell of a lot of people cropping, filtering, sharing and documenting their run-of-the-mill meals, mates and dates. But herein lies the magic of Instagram. Thursday isn’t just…

Photo Diary: Marrakesh

We arrived at the airport in Marrakesh in the evening. We couldn’t find the right address and for a while I was sure I had booked a house which didn’t exist and we were all screwed. Fortunately we finally found a phone number and an address. I was the first to go through airport exit…

One song does plenty

‘So many ways to be betrayed believe me when I say I think that I would die without good music’. Joan Jett, Goddess of Rock and Roll. It’s not just music royalty that need tunes to live- music to most people is what cocaine is to crack whores- we need it to get by. It can cheer…

Field Day

On the 6th and 7th of June 2015 around 25,000 groovers swarmed to Victoria Park in London. Our day started at 10am with champagne, bagels and eggs- the bubbles were such a shock to my student-system that I was feeling more than merry! The festivities continued ’til 10pm on Sunday. My highlights were Navigating the tube,…

Canavan’s Peckham Pool Club

Photos from a great night in Peckham a long time ago, filled with the usual weird mix of people. Starting with the homeless woman below to a guy called Mick who knighted us in the name of ‘metal and the power of darkness.’ Words and interview by Alex Howlett

Fog on the Tyne

A punchy sentence of life advice from people based in and around the city of bridges, pints, and orange thighs- Newcastle.