Pigs’ Disco charts documentary photographer Stuart Griffiths’ experiences in the Parachute Regiment, serving in Northern Ireland at the height of the Troubles, and features his photography, writing and illustrations. The book is about war, drug use, the pressures that face young men and the birth of the rave scene.
Posted 11.06.2013 in Books, Features, Publications

The Time I Was Tied Naked to a Totem Pole by Congolese Soldiers

When the war began in August 1998, I was in Kinshasa, the Congolese capital. Laurent Kabila, a former freedom fighter in the bush and now president, had turned Congo into a tropical version of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, developing a personality cult, which dwarfed that of previous president Mobutu.
Posted 18.11.2014 in Features


My idea was to somehow get to the Kosovo border where tensions were running high between Albanians and Serbians. When I inquired about getting to the border the reply was blunt. “You will be shot dead once you enter the Kosovo border”
Posted 18.11.2014 in Features

The Coven of Earth Magick

For a good while I always wanted to photograph Kev The Witch's 'Coven of Earth Magick' and it was only recently that I was granted such access. So here in all its spectacular glory; The High Priest Kev The Witch & His Coven of Earth Magick . . .
Posted 06.11.2014 in Features

A Selection of book covers

A Selection of book covers that features photographs by Stuart Griffiths
Posted 30.06.2014 in Publications


ArtPhoto Magazine mixes the best of contemporary photography and old masters. But mainly we are interested in bringing you the work of emerging artists from around the world.
Posted 27.06.2014 in Features, Publications

Hanging Out At The Altar Tree & Waiting For The Friends of Hekate

Legend has it that the 'Altar Tree' in West Sussex is scene to recurring Black Magic animal sacrifice rituals and Satan worship . . .
Posted 26.06.2014 in Features


90s rave. Army veterans. Brighton. The Church of SubGenius
Posted 26.06.2014 in Publications

LIVES & WORKS (LAW) Magazine

LAW magazine (Lives & Works) dedicated two pages on Stuart Griffiths first book 'The Myth of the Airborne Warrior'
Posted 25.06.2014 in Publications

SLEEK MAGAZINE goes to Peckham . . .

Sleek Magazine, based in Berlin wanted me to find out what is cool in Peckham . . .
Posted 25.06.2014 in Publications

New British Magazine “Liverpool Gangs”

New British Magazine published an article titled 'Traveling Scousers' a story about Liverpool gangs by crime writer & investigative journalist Graham Johnson. I went along for the ride and took photographs . . .
Posted 25.06.2014 in Publications