During the 1920s, cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene travelled across the UK with his new colour film camera. His trip ended in London, with some of his most stunning images, and these were recently revived and restored by the BFI, and shared across social media and video websites.
Over the past 6 months, I have attempted to capture every one of his shots, standing in his footsteps, and using modern equivalents of his camera and lenses. This has been a personal study, that has revealed how little London has changed.
UPDATE: Thank-you to everyone who watched and shared this video. In the space of a couple of weeks it spread virally on Twitter and Facebook, and on one day in January was watched just shy of 200,000 times. It was featured in many blogs, buzz feed turned it into GIFS, and The Daily Mail ran a brilliantly researched piece where they referred to my cameo as "a woman from the present day". The highlight came when Jeremy Paxman introduced it, before it was broadcast nationally at the end of NewsNight.
I kept a list of blogs it appeared on ... thanks so much to all these guys ...