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My Analogue Photography
Tate Gallery, London #London #tategallery

Tate Gallery, London #London #tategallery

These are photos I shot in the last 3 months. They represents amazing people I met, stories, memories and my personal growth. If you are in that stack you will hear from me soon cause i decided to change the way i am working on them. If you are not in that pile what are you waiting for? get in touch with me and make me curious!  On top the last beautiful soul i had the pleasure to meet: @elliscooperofficial  #Photobooth #analogue #London  #photomaton #art  (presso www.peopleinphotobooth.it)

These are photos I shot in the last 3 months. They represents amazing people I met, stories, memories and my personal growth. If you are in that stack you will hear from me soon cause i decided to change the way i am working on them. If you are not in that pile what are you waiting for? get in touch with me and make me curious! On top the last beautiful soul i had the pleasure to meet: @elliscooperofficial #Photobooth #analogue #London #photomaton #art (presso www.peopleinphotobooth.it)

Had fun today in the booth with @elliscooperofficial for my inked project! She has been simply amazing #London #photobooth #inked #Elliscooper  (presso www.peopleinphotobooth.it)

Had fun today in the booth with @elliscooperofficial for my inked project! She has been simply amazing #London #photobooth #inked #Elliscooper (presso www.peopleinphotobooth.it)

"Pixelating" nipples should be a crime against humanity…. what’s wrong with people and the human body? #photobooth #nipples

"Pixelating" nipples should be a crime against humanity…. what’s wrong with people and the human body? #photobooth #nipples












Ink & Photobooths.
“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”. Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)
Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM

Ink & Photobooths.

“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”.
Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)

Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.

Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013

MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM












Ink & Photobooths.
“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”. Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)
Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM

Ink & Photobooths.

“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”.
Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)

Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.

Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013

MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM












Ink & Photobooths.
“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”. Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)
Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM

Ink & Photobooths.

“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”.
Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)

Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.

Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013

MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM












Ink & Photobooths.
“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”. Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)
Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM

Ink & Photobooths.

“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”.
Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)

Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.

Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013

MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM












Ink & Photobooths.
“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”. Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)
Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM

Ink & Photobooths.

“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”.
Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)

Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.

Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013

MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM












Ink & Photobooths.
“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”. Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)
Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM

Ink & Photobooths.

“I shall now mention the way they mark themselves indelibly, each of them is so marked by their humor or disposition”.
Joseph Banks (B. 1743 – D. 1820)

Series of photobooth portraits of tattoed people using B/W booths to explore the relationship they have with the art they carry everyday on their skin.

Keely Rutherford, London, December 2013

MY WEBSITE  * INSTAGRAM