YBA artist Henry Bond began his artistic life creating photographs in London that quickly came to be noticed by Nicholas Bourriaud. His work was lumped into the concept of relational aesthetics, because his photography and video work was accessible and highly interactive with the public. In my research, I was able to see how Bond's artistic career morphed from a social critique on Londoners to that of an almost-psychoanalyst who heavily researched crime scene photographs. His series The Cult of the Street in 1998 was his first look at how London society was overly obsessed by consumerism and fashion. He took the photos in such a way that they could have easily been mistaken for snapshots, but were ultimately too well composed and structured. I found his photographs to be visually compelling for the most part, although some of them are very plain. I had a large struggle with the fact that very few of his images are unavailable online, even with heavy digging. Such is the way with modern artists at times.