Snapshots of Jewish life in the UK

What does it mean to be a British Jew in the 21st Century? From family life at home, to services at the synagogue - award-winning photographer, Judah Passow, set out to record the rich diversity of contemporary Jewish life across the country.

His black and white photographs are now on display at the Jewish Museum in north London. Here, Judah tells the stories behind some of the images.

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Judah Passow's No Place Like Home can be seen at the Jewish Museum, London, until 5 June 2012.

All images copyright Judah Passow. Music by KPM Music.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley. Publication date 15 March 2012.

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