28 years since I processed my first roll of B&W film, I hold my first solo photography exhibition. MASCULINITY opens at the Ripley Arts Centre in Bromley on the 30th of April, running until the 1st of June.
MASCULINITY is a series of photographic portraits of men in both traditional and modern roles, to explore how the concept of masculinity has evolved as men have adapted to societal change over recent decades.
The preview evening is on Wednesday the 1st of May, from 7pm to 9pm, where you'll be able to enjoy free drinks (both soft and alcoholic) and enjoy canapes while viewing the photos in the good company of other art appreciators in attendance.
I've been busy printing, mounting and framing the images, ready to hang before the opening, which hasn't been easy while continuing my photography degree and my retouching work, but it's been a labour of love and I'm looking forward to the exhibition opening.
The nearest train stations to Ripley Arts Centre are Sundridge Park and Elmstead Woods, while the 314 bus stops nearby.
Ripley Arts Centre once hosted a performance by a Space Oddity-era David Bowie, whose family home in Bromley was less than a mile from the venue.