Neil Kenlock

born 1950

Neil Kenlock, ‘The Bailey sisters in Clapham’ c.1970, printed 2010
The Bailey sisters in Clapham c.1970, printed 2010
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Neil Kenlock (born 1950) is a Jamaican-born photographer and media professional who has lived in London, England, since the 1960s, and is acknowledged as being "at the forefront of documenting the black experience in the UK". He was co-founder of Choice FM, the first successful radio station granted a licence to cater for the black community in Britain.

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