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Master trackers and a chat with the man behind the British Culture Archive

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Deck~Out No.368
Deck~Out No.368

For this week’s Deck~Out, we take a trip to the north of Alaska with a true master tracker.

Deck~Out No.368
INTERVIEW: PAUL WRIGHT OF THE BRITISH CULTURE ARCHIVE
INTERVIEW: PAUL WRIGHT OF THE BRITISH CULTURE ARCHIVE

Amongst the modern-day visual jumble-sale known as Instagram, only a few things are worth looking at.

One such ‘thing’ is the British Culture Archive.

As the name suggests, this is an archive dedicated to highlighting true British culture – and thanks to the contributions of both esteemed documentary photographers and the general public – it’s full of amazing images of what Britain really looked like over the last 50 years.

With a new crowdfunding campaign set up to help create a full online archive and a permanent gallery in Manchester, now seemed like a good time to talk to Paul Wright, the man behind it all…

INTERVIEW: PAUL WRIGHT OF THE BRITISH CULTURE ARCHIVE
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