Initials LA photographer Tom Hull, who is based in London, has shot a series of portraits for Dot Dot Dot, a British housing organisation. Dot Dot Dot lets people who do great volunteering live as property guardians in buildings that would otherwise be empty. They turn empty buildings from a blight into an asset – providing a vital security service to property owners, giving our guardians cheap accommodation, and making a meaningful and measurable contribution to communities. You could say Dot Dot Dot is the UK equivalent of Belgian organisation Camelot.
Tom Hull has shot a range of people across two different local authority housing schemes, trying to show a warmth to their characters, but also a level of trust-worthiness and approachability. He will shoot a second set of Dot Dot Dot portraits in March.