Hazel Bingham is a photographer based in Lincoln whose current interests lie in urban photography and the effects caused by post-industrial regeneration in our cities. In her work, she seeks to demonstrate how the way we live, work and play is increasingly being compromised through the privatisation of city spaces. Her most recent work, London’s Hottest Postcode N1C, is based around King’s Cross. She is presently researching whether or not the pandemic will affect the way we construct our urban areas in the future. Follow this link for a virtual exhibition of the work.
Small selection of works (for full selection see photographer website)