For the last 7 years, photographer Teddy Fitzhugh has been navigating the London nightclubbing community documenting, what he calls: “ephemeral energy and physicality of the club environment” – a celebration of style and individuality amongst London club culture”.

Describing the physical space of the nightclub, Fitzhugh says: “[Clubs are] unique environments; it’s a concentrated, hyperreal setting full of character, style and mini narratives that constantly evolve and change, which kept me coming back. And of course the music was also a big factor – it’s present in every image.”

Now NYC-based, Fitzhugh has released a book, “Club Archive”, featuring his London nightlife imagery, in all their heaving, bumping, dancing glory.

“Club Archive” is now available. Find it here

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Source: Dazed