Sleepless in Soho is Joshua K. Jackson’s debut monograph.
For three years, Jackson walked through the lamp-lit and neon-filled streets of Soho, turning to photography initially as a way to escape the frustrations of insomnia.
Jackson’s work from this period, reveals the complex and intense atmosphere in London’s best known entertainment district — observing the juxtaposition between the Soho of today and the faded character of its past.
'Guided on by the flickering of neon lights I know well the hours filled with sleepers dreams I search them peacefully as I journey through the nights.'
(An extract from Sarah Tucker’s poem included in the book)
The photographs were made between January 2017 and December 2019.
Final copies with some light marking to the black cover (common with this book.)