After what seemed like far too little time in Paris I returned to London, where the rest of my trip seemed to pass in a blur of teaching and training. I had numerous opportunities to build on my instructing experience, and since the London community is so well established and welcoming, pretty much any time I was in the mood for training there was at least one person, usually more, that were willing to join me.
I spent the first few weeks of my stay bouncing around from one person’s floor, couch, or guest bed to another, and found that although I didn’t have much privacy or space to call my own, I didn’t miss it much nor find it to be much of a sacrifice.
During the first few weeks in London I met a young filmmaker who was putting together a documentary on parkour and asked to interview me for the project. After the interview she came with me to one of my favorite training spots to get some more footage of me interacting with the urban environment. Below are some of the still shots from the day.
All photos courtesy of Nadia Hammond.