布里斯托爾的 "黑人命重要 "運動被拍攝下來
Following the death of George Floyd in the US in May 2020, Mr Ackford focuses on the events that took place in Bristol, including the Colston Statue being thrown into the harbour.
"It kind of gave me a bit of a breather to think about what I wanted to photograph and what was important to me."
"For me, especially, because a lot of people couldn't come out of their houses to the protests, it was a way for me to me to show the emotion and to take the protest back into people's homes," he said.
Mr Ackford said his photography is about "looking for that emotion and those energetic moments that really represent what's going on on that day".
"It's about finding those narratives and not misleading or skewing them in any way and telling the story of the people."
Mr Ackford said she had "struggled" walking past the Colston statue in the past, so when she realised it was down she was overcome with emotion.
"A lot of organisations put out statements when George Floyd was murdered about redressing the balance and I kind of pulled them up on it and was like right, how are you going to help?"