On Saturday 31st October, some of the best known buildings in London’s Camden Town were illuminated by never-before-seen images of former resident Amy Winehouse.
Taken in 2003 when Winehouse was just 19 years of age, the pictures, by friend and London-based photographer Charles Moriarty, capture the young Londoner as a happy and carefree artist just before the release of her debut album, Frank.
Moriarty’s photographs were projected on buildings and locations important to Winehouse and her story, including The Hawley Arms, Jamestown Road, Camden Town Tube Station, Chalk Farm Road, Camden Lock and Inverness Street.
The projections mark the release of Asif Kapadia’s acclaimed documentary AMY on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download, available to own from Monday 2nd November.
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