Andrew Brooks Photography

Andrew Brooks is a photographer, a digital artist and film maker out of Manchester. His images make you shake your head. From the analogue reality to the contemporary urban surroundings, his images let you escape into another world for a split second. Andrew’s creative process often results in capturing hundreds of images to create one. Then, a meticulously developed sequence of cut, paste and rebuilding, moulding techniques to create a new scene from his own vividly re-imagined viewpoint that is consistent, yet also a parallel with that of the perceived reality it represents.

They are seemingly real and at the same time untruthful in their vivid beauty.

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