Artist Tash Kahn takes photos of anything and everything. Everyday. Strange things in places they shouldn't be. Colourful rubbish. Scaffolding. Architecture. London, with its many layers of history, is a constant inspiration.

Here, for Love Camden, Tash explores the streets of Camden with her camera and shares her photographic journey with us. 
After 26 years of leading Camden Arts Centre from a local artist-run space into a future of international stature, director Jenni Lomax recently announced to be stepping down in July 2017. For our International Women's Day monthly feature page, we are featuring some of the great female solo shows on display at the Camden Arts Centre over the past few years.
Dotted around Camden are countless hidden museums and heritage sites. Many famous people have been Camden residents and their stories remain, ready to be told! Discover a sample of the best kept secret histories of Camden.

For International Women's Day, Love Camden went out and approached women in Camden to participate in 'Acts of Memory', a participatory performance project originally created by artist the late Monica Ross in which participants recite the Declaration of Human Rights from memory.
International Women's Day takes place on 8 March each year and celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.
Kings Cross (Remix) at Camden People's Theatre uncovers the hidden histories of LGBT communities in London during the 1980s.
Each month, Love Camden highlights an object from the Camden Art Collection that ties in with the cultural agenda across the borough of Camden. This month: Maurice Sendak.
Ever wondered what history lies in your neighbourhood? Escape the tube, get out your pedometer and explore Camden by foot with our handy top 10 guide to walking in Camden.
To mark the 120th anniversary of The Heath & Hampstead Society Love Camden brings you highlights from the Society’s photo competition: #myhampsteadheath.
Blur the borough's boundary with Back to Front Collective