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This photograph is part of the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection
FGTH (Holly Johnson, Paul Rutherford, Mark O'Toole, Brian Nash, Peter Gill) within a jungle of desires (both good and bad), from a concept by Paul Morley at ZTT. For two weeks I sourced the many props, and built the set in camera. On the day of the shoot, the 1st August 1984, the band arrived and were more than a little surprised to find a jungle had been built for them. After being wrapped in deluxe attire, they slipped into the set as if it had been made for them. This was the most complete set I had yet built - the first of many.
Date: 1st August 1984
Location: Bagleys Warehouse
Film: EPR.120 colour transparency film
Camera: Hasselblad 500CM body w 150mm lens
This digitised version was created from a scan of the original colour transparency, on 24th January 2015, for the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery.