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UK photographer Jocelyn Bain Hogg spent 10 years documenting organized crime life, from the activity of British gangsters in South London to their exile in Tenerife, Canary Islands. The result is a slice of life which depicts access to home life, unsanctioned boxing matches and nights on the town that you literally have to see to believe. In speaking about the project Bain Hogg commented, “These are not the faces of criminals who hide behind the facade of respectability or the corruption of political influence. They are, in fact, the real thing, men who hold their head up when challenged, and who seek no false redemption in the face of public vilification.”