To help raise money for and raise awareness of the impact Covid has had on the nightlife industry, photography collective Khroma Collective have documented over 40 of London’s most iconic nightclubs and venues, available to buy as prints.
For 'Let Us Dance', which takes its name from the #LetUsDance campaign, Co-founders Jake Davis & Rob Jones made their way around the city on bike to capture the venues and nightclubs they would previously be shooting week in week out, at what would normally have been opening time, creating a time capsule of London's venues during Covid-19.
Speaking about the project, Jake explains: “Rob and I have worked in the nightlife industry for the past 10 years and want to use this project as an opportunity to show our appreciation for the support that we’ve always been given by many of the venues featured in this project.”
Born from a support network between like-minded friends, Khroma Collective, which consists of Daisy Denham, Hannah Metcalfe, Jake Davis, Kris Humphreys, Perry Gibson & Rob Jones, are a photographic team that produce unique, iconic imagery for award-winning festivals, clubs and leading brands in the UK and Europe.
40% of the total profits from the sale will be going to the NTIA and distributed accordingly. 11” x 14” Prints will be on sale for £30 from March 12th on the Khroma Collective website.
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