A Texas delegate raises his hat on the final night of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Photographer Martin Parr, who is known for humorously capturing the quirks of British life, was attending his first political convention in the United States.
"The media itself, of course, is part of my subject matter," Parr said. "They're such an integral part of the scene."
Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee, is not a popular figure at the convention.
These young women are aligned with the Future Female Leaders of America.
A law enforcement officer keeps watch.
A woman takes a photo during the convention.
A Florida delegate holds up a Donald Trump doll during the event.
The convention is also a popular gathering spot for protesters.
A man takes notes on Media Row.
A hat bears the slogan of Trump's campaign.
People use their computers and smartphones on Media Row.
Parr says that while it's "very difficult" for him to be enthused for the Republican cause, the people he has met are "friendly, very charming and absolutely wonderful people to photograph."
People watch New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie deliver a speech.
The convention even has its own hot sauce.
Delegate Trisha Bowler shows off her colorful ensemble.
A California delegate gives a thumbs-up on the opening day of the convention.
A man reads on Media Row.
People shop for souvenirs at the convention.
Members of the media work at a nearby convention center.
A woman displays her patriotic nails.
Media members work at the convention.
Delegates take photos and watch as balloons drop at the end of the convention.
A man rests at a nearby convention center where many media members were working.