‘A town like Sheffield assumes a kind of sinister magnificence’ – George Orwell.

Sheffield is a town with its identity forged from its industrial past. Leticia Batty’s project stands as a testimony to this; an account of the defining structural elements that shape a city. In this series the pragmatic yet intimate nature of the images project the effect of the grind of industry over the city of Sheffield.

About the author:
Leticia Batty was born in 1993. She lives and works in London. She is a photography graduate from the University of Westminster.

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