A Ragged Road

A series of portraits of homeless men from Bradford

Baz

"I just walked out. I just left."

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Brian

I never met Brian, he sadly died in 2011. He is loved and remembered fondly by his friends.

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Craig

"I would usually sleep in abandoned warehouses, friends sofas, breaking into buildings and beaches when abroad."

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Kirk

"You know, due to depression, through breakdown of marriage. Just drunk myself into oblivion. Along came drugs, and stuff like that. It spirals totally out of control and you're bouncing off walls."

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Craig Davis

"Ive been staying at a mates and stuff, but hes been telling people, 'I don’t want him here', know what I mean?"

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John

"You’ve got to be in this position to understand what its really like. To think that basically, you’ve got nothing and you’ve got nobody."

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Tom

"When it’s as bad as it can get, you just have to find what you can. And hope you’re safe. And wake up in one piece in the morning. Seriously."

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Liam

"I’m going to a detox in the next couple of weeks, that’s why I need a safe address to move to. "

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