This is a first person eye-witness account in images, words, sound and motion. “trainor_BELFAST” is conflict photography, heart-rending finality, and street justice. It is up-close at the news scene with the story before and after the front-page photo.
This extensive photographic archive is conserved as a record of the period and compiled into a series of tabloid chapters, each one presented as a newspaper with a front, back and centre spread. Each story is in-depth, to convey the feeling and emotion of the time as a study in anthropology. It is to educate on behaviour occurring within anarchy and societal uprising to effect political change through bombs, bullets, and ultimately peaceful means.
Follow the path to where tragedy turns into upheaval.