Family 'very concerned' for 'well-loved' Brixton bartender missing for 8 days Family and friends are ‘very concerned’ over the ‘unlikely’ disappearance of Philippe Fraser, a ‘well-loved’ bartender at Brixton’s Hootananny, who has been missing for over a week. Philippe was last seen on Tuesday, June 8 leaving his home, which is above the Hootananny - with two rucksacks. Philippe’s stepmother, Jean Fraser told My London: “It’s very unlike him, he always told his family where he was going. He always came to his shifts to the pub, he would never not turn up - that’s why we’re very concerned.” “He is really well-loved at Hootananny. People at Hootananny know him and his personality.” Phillipe has worked at the Hootananny for the last 10 years, and his aunt owns the venue. Ms Fraser says the family are unable to get through to Phillipe’s mobile phone as it is now out of battery and goes straight to voicemail. During the last lockdown, Phillipe spent ‘day and night together’ with his stepmother and father, Alastair. He's a passionate photographer, mountain biker and ‘nature lover’ of the outdoors - but Ms Fraser says Philippe left most of his photography equipment at his Brixton home. The family believe Phillipe may have travelled to one of his favourite photography spots in Kew Bridge, Richmond or Epping Forest, Essex. Philippe is 35-years-old, 5”10 tall of slim build, with brown hair and blue eyes.