An Invasively Close Up Look at Halloween in London

Spanish photographer Geray Mena spent All Hallows' Eve getting up in everyone's faces.

by Geray Mena
Nov 3 2014, 6:34pm

​I grew up in Spain, and my experience of Halloween was always different from how people celebrated on TV. In the US, it seemed that every single family in every single state would forsake their child's higher education to fund a supply of animatronic goblins. In the UK, it looked like people splashed fake blood on their faces and saturated their insides with beer.

So this year--the first time that I've been able to enjoy Halloween in London--I decided to take my camera out to capture everything I'd never seen before.

See more of Geray's work on his ​web​site.