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Press officer Emily Philippou presents a gallery of our favourite images inspired by the photography of Tom Wood.
© Rob Bremner
© Rob Bremner

Thank you to those of you who submitted your work for our ‘Inspired by Tom Wood’ call for submissions.

It was lovely to see such a range of images—from black and white band photography, to intense portraits, and even some photographs from Merseyside, a place that Tom Wood himself has photographed repeatedly.

Here are a few of our favourites—are any of them yours? What do you think of the selection?

© Rob Bremner
© Rob Bremner
© Rob Bremner
© Rob Bremner
© Mark Vine
© Mark Vine
© Mark Vine
© Mark Vine
© Mark Walch
© Mark Walch
© Mark Walch
© Mark Walch
© Mark Walch
© Mark Walch
Wrong type of hat © Mark Walch
Wrong type of hat © Chris Hopkins
Hot air machine © Chris Hopkins
Hot air machine © Chris Hopkins
Living Statues © Chris Hopkins
Living Statues © Chris Hopkins
© Chris Ingall
© Chris Ingall
© Chris Ingall
© Chris Ingall
© Rob Bremner
© Rob Bremner

If these photographs make you feel inspired, now is your last chance to come and see Tom Wood: Photographs 1973–2013 because the exhibition ends this Sunday.

The winner of the prize draw will be contacted privately as soon as copies of Tom Wood’s new book Men / Women arrive in our shop, so please keep an eye out if you submitted your work.

One comment on “A few of our favourite Tom Wood-inspired photographs

  1. Thank you Emily. For the interests in my images. I went to Liverpool to see Tom woods photography. I find his photograph’s inspiration. And wonderful. I was upset that I didn’t meet him on the day. He was given a talk on his photography. I only found out on the internet a few days later. So I miss out that day. Thank you and give my best wishes to Tom woods.

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