The latest Local Government Homelessness Statistics suggest approximately 80,000 households, in England, are homeless. After conducting interviews with the service users of hostels and homeless charities, photographer John Angerson began to build-up a selection of locations, across England, known for being destinations for overnight sleeping. By using only the artificial light found at night; he was forced to make exposures of up to 90 minutes for each photograph. This more oblique approach of documenting the dimly lit stairwells of shopping malls, or strange corners of tourist areas that would normally be packed with day trippers, invites the viewer into another world, evoking a sense of how it might feel to sleep rough. Image: Madeira Road, Brighton.