Between 1989 and 1992, Ken Griffiths took a series of pictures entitled Dossers of homeless people in Lincoln’s Inn Fields and under Waterloo Bridge, London.
The pictures were first shown in The Independent Magazine in 1992 and in an exhibition at The Slaughterhouse Gallery, London.
"They're mostly nice to Ken. Ken Griffiths has been coming here for years, to this small square park just east of Covent Garden in central London. The men in the Fields seem to trust him and like him, and they know he is from a different tradition of photography to the young men who steal images and are liable to get chased away in a hail of empty Tennant's Super lager cans. Ken Griffiths is not a photographer-thief; he is a photographer-showman, a photographer-magician." Ian Parker, Faces In The Fields, The Independent Magazine, 24th October 1992.