I heard about an exhibition which was to be opened in October at the Tate Modern featuring two of the great street photographers, William Klein and Daido Moriyama. Having never been to the Tate before or to a proper photographic exhibition I was pretty excited to see how they do things in London. Me and my friend visited the British Museum before the Tate and this was also a pretty amazing and vast place, we probably only covered about a quarter of the museum within a few hours so I’ll definitely have to go back for a full day and explore it more thoroughly.

Not only did I go to see the exhibition but also to explore and photograph more of London too. Normally when I’ve been in London in the past it was always for work and I’d never have time to stop and think about photographing any of the amazing architecture or buildings within and around London. Within the two days which we were there we managed to cover quite a bit of the famous and popular places, mainly thanks to the very brilliant tube system and the fact it only costs £7 for zones 1 and 2 per day, you can’t really go wrong.

Here are some of my favourite shots from my trip, the full gallery can be found on my Flickr account.

Canary Wharf Cityscape at night Regent Street at night Piccadilly Circus at night Covent Garden Market Maserati GranTurismo outside The Dorchester Southbank Skateboarder Leicester Square Cascade