Layout of Bryson Street interface

I thought i’d take the time to show those who perhaps do not have the local knowledge the layout of the interface which has been the scene of two nights of rioting. The RC Church (1) St Matthews sits at the corner of Bryson Street (2) and the Newtownards Rd. The green paint splat in the foreground shows the range of the rioters as this was where the PSNI Landrovers were parked last night to protect the entrance to the Short Strand. (3) makeshift barricade opposite St Matthews where i found 2 rubber bullets (66 are reported to have been fired) (4) boarded up houses on the Newtownards Rd (5) CCTV with a birds eye view……

Photographer and visual artist based in Belfast.
I have facilitated community based workshops with groups as diverse as visually impaired individuals in Dungannn, Travellers across Northern Ireland, Young Offenders and many community groups across Belfast.
My work has exhibited extensively here in Northern Ireland in group and individual shows and has been shown in North America and i had my first solo international exhibition in New Zealand. I have been the recipient of a number of grants from the Arts Council Northern Ireland.
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