Two boys fighting with sticks in front of a concrete wall topped with strands of barbed wire. The boy on the left holds a shield. Behind the wall is an industrial zone.
Fred Wilfred worked as Chief Photographer for Hawker Siddeley Aviation during the 1950s. In 1963 he started his own commercial and portrait studio in Hampton Hill. Wilfred was a member of the Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society and a founder member of the London Portrait Group. Acclaimed for his portraiture and wedding photography, his documentary work, like this photograph, has remained largely unseen.
Frederick James Wilfred
1955 AD - 1965 AD
Two boys fighting with sticks in front of a concrete wall. c.1955