‘BOOM’ that’s the sound my mind makes when I see something absolutely brilliant, so it was no shock to me when the explosion sounded at the sight of Lee Jeffries emotionally filled black and white snaps. How Jeffries began picturing the underprivileged goes something like this: In 2008 Mr Lee was nothing more than an accountant and an amateur photographer, being particularly fond of running he entered a marathon in London, an event that would change his life.

On the day before the big race, he decided to wonder around the streets with his Canon 5D camera with attached EF70-200mm lens. As he neared Leicester Square, he spotted and aimed his camera at a young homeless woman, huddled in a sleeping bag surrounded by empty chinese food containers- he took the shot. Jeffries recounts what happens next, “She spotted me and started shouting, drawing the attention of passersby, I could have just…

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