For more than twenty years I specialized in making naked portrait in which the men and women I photographed used their nudity (as well as the domestic location and accompanying text) to communicate something of their identity.
I thought I had abandoned the naked form permanently with the production of my most recent book (Naked Truth Plymouth Unveiled in 2018) however, I find myself drawn back to this world I know so well, however, only between breaks from other projects. And this time, each mini-series, (consisting of approximately a dozen images), I make have no means of identifying my models. This decision is forcing me to concentrate more on form and tone than personality and I am exploring new ways to investigate this most fascinating area of exploration.
When I have made ten distinct chapters, I'll have a large enough "body" of work to consider producing another book.